Greek law on asylum
Dear Migration and Home Affairs,
With regards to the Greek law on asylum adopted on 1 November 2019, Commissioner Johansson has stated: “As is always the case, the Commission will look at the new legislation’s compatibility with EC law. The Commission will meet the Greek authorities at technical level in the coming weeks to better understand and discuss the measures in further details.” 
To this regard, under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting the following documents:
1. All documents generated or received by DG Home containing the aforementioned analysis regarding “compatibility with EC law”. This includes - but is not limited to - any legal advice and/or an analysis of the legality the Greek law on asylum of November 2019.
2. All correspondence – including, but not limited to, letters, e-mails, and any attachments – exchanged between the European Commission and Greek authorities regarding, related to, or mentioning the above-mentioned Greek legislation on asylum.
3. A list of all meetings held between the European Commission and Greek authorities regarding or in order to discuss the above-mentioned Greek legislation on asylum.
4. And, finally, for all of these meetings:
- all agendas;
- a full list of attendees;
- any record of these meetings. This may include, but not necessarily limited to, minutes of the meetings, verbatim reports of the meetings, transcripts etc, that would provide a record of the proceedings of the meetings; and
- all documents prepared or received by DG Home for the purpose of these meetings and/or distributed among the attendees before or during the course of these meetings (such as – but not limited to – handouts, leaflets, briefings or background notes).
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any clarification in regards to any aspect of my request.
Thank you in advance.
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