Migration, Asylum, Refugees Regional Initiative (MARRI)
Established 2003, within the context of U-XF6140 - Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, by merging the Regional Return Initiative (RRI) and the Migration and Asylum Initiative (MA). Jul 2004, came under regional ownership as part of F-XF6480 - South East European Cooperation Process (SEECP). Since 1 Jan 2008, under regional ownership of Member States.
Contribute to orderly and free movement of people with focus on security, support economic development focusing on social dimension and encourage upgrading standards of human rights protection in the following areas: migration; asylum; integrated border management; visa policy and consular cooperation; return/settlement of refugees/displaced persons.
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MARRI Regional Forum (meets at least once a year); MARRI Regional Committee (meets twice a year); MARRI Regional Centre, Skopje (North Macedonia), opened Sep 2004, serves as Secretariat.
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