Ceuta projects itself towards Europe

Juan Jesús Vivas, mayor-president of Ceuta, announced that as an action to be carried out in conjunction with the presentation of the report "Ceuta and Melilla: more Spain and more Europe", the presidents of the Autonomous Cities were considering opening a representation in Brussels. 
The ambassador of the Permanent Representation of Spain to the European Union (REPER), Marcos Alonso, who offered the possibility of using the headquarters of the Permanent Representation to have an office, as explained at a press conference. The president of Ceuta indicated that in his meeting with the ambassador the possibility of "establishing an agreement that allows Ceuta to be present" in the Spanish REPER was discussed and he considered that having an office in Brussels is "absolutely necessary".
The study presented analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of the incorporation of both cities to the European Customs Union or the elimination of the current exceptionality of the Schengen Treaty. It also advocates a different status for both cities, as it exists for the Outermost Regions. Regarding the report, the president of Ceuta said that the three issues analyzed are "determinant" for the future of the two Autonomous Cities. It was also proposed the integration of Ceuta in the Customs Union but with the condition that this takes place maintaining the essential aspects of the economic and fiscal regime. 
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