About this consultation
Any interested party, including private citizens, companies, organisations, public authorities etc. are welcome to contribute to this consultation.
Objective of the consultation
This consultation builds upon the Commission's analysis of the Interface in the Communication published on 16th January 2018 and has the objective of assessing the reaction of stakeholders to the different options and questions posed in regard to the four main issues described in the Communication and accompanying Staff Working Document.
How to submit your response
You can contribute to this public consultation by filling out the online questionnaire.
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The questionnaire is accessible in 23 official EU languages and replies may be submitted in any of those languages.
You may pause at any time and continue later. Once you have submitted your answers, you can download a copy of your completed responses.
All contributions that are received will be published on the internet. It is important that you read the specific privacy statement attached to this consultation for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.
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