Kangaroo Group - Free Movement and Security
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1979, as the movement for free movement within F-XF0667 - European Parliament (EP). Previously referred to as Kangaroo Group - Movement for Free Movement. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Enhance European unity step by step around the pursuit of common projects; further realization of the European Home Market with: a safe and prosperous Europe for its citizens; the removal of any remaining barriers to the four freedoms (free movement of goods, persons, services and capital); a regulatory environment in Europe which ensures and improves the competitiveness of European industry in world markets; a competitive social market economy founded on the principle of subsidiarity; the stability of the Euro; effective measures to make the external borders of the Union safe but at the same time open for trade and a common security and defence policy.
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