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Wednesday, 5 October 2016 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Accession of Kazakhstan to the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (A8-0268/2016 - Angel Dzhambazki)
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  Marian Harkin (ALDE), in writing. ‒ Kazakhstan’s accession to the Hague Convention is a promising development of child protection worldwide. At the international level, the European Union supports the accession of third states to the 1980 Convention in order for its Member States to rely upon a common legal framework to deal with international child abductions. Beside the general objective of developing judicial cooperation in civil matters having cross-border implications, the present proposal is linked to the general objective enshrined in Article 3 of the Treaty on the European Union to protect the rights of the child. The proposal is also consistent with the promotion of the use of mediation in the settlement of cross-border family disputes.

 
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