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EU Interior Minister Meeting Delayed

The EU Interior Minister meeting with Swiss Justice Minister Elisabeth Baume-Schneider, which was originally scheduled for 4 pm, has been delayed until further notice. No new time for a press conference with the Justice Minister has been announced. The meeting was intended to discuss the future of the Schengen Agreement, which allows for free movement of people between EU member states. The agreement is currently suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ministers were expected to discuss the possibility of a partial or full reopening of the agreement. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of asylum seekers, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of security, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of data protection, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of migration, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of economic cooperation, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of environmental protection, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of energy security, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of digitalisation, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of foreign policy, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of trade, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of financial services, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of taxation, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of research and innovation, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of education, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of culture, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of sport, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of regional development, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of public health, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of social protection, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of consumer protection, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was also expected to discuss the issue of transport, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The ministers were also expected to discuss the issue of tourism, and the possibility of a new agreement between the EU and Switzerland on the issue. The meeting was intended to discuss a wide range of topics, including the future of the Schengen Agreement, asylum seekers, security, data protection, migration, economic cooperation, environmental protection, energy security, digitalisation, foreign policy, trade, financial services, taxation, research and innovation, education, culture, sport, regional development, public health, social protection, consumer protection, transport, and tourism. The meeting has been delayed until further notice, and no new time for a press conference with the Justice Minister has been announced.

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