Setting Any Other Border Crossing Points In Accordance With Article 3 Par. 2 Border Control Act

Original Language Title: Festlegung sonstiger Grenzübergangsstellen gemäß § 3 Abs. 2 Grenzkontrollgesetz

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502. Regulation of the Federal Minister of the Interior, with the other border crossing points in accordance with article 3 par. 2 lays down law on border control

On the basis of § 3 par. 2 of the border control Act (GrekoG), Federal Law Gazette I no. 435/1996, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 68/2013, is prescribed:

Other border crossing points

1. (1) setting GrekoG in plants (A) Clinton-run places or areas of the Austrian Federal territory as other border crossing points in accordance with article 3 par. 2.

(2) the transport time and the scope of use of the respective other border crossing points are also set in the annexes A to H.

(3) which are other border crossing points listed at assigned to the neighbouring country of Austria in which the other border crossing points lead, illustrated in annexes A to H in alphabetical order: 1. attachment A: all other border crossing points to the Federal Republic of Germany;

2. investment B: all other border crossing points to the Principality of Liechtenstein;

3. Attachment C: all other border crossing points with the Republic of Italy;

4. Attachment D: all other border crossing points with the Republic of Slovenia;

5. attachment E: all other border crossing points to the Swiss Confederation.

6 attachment F: all other border crossing points to the Slovak Republic.

7 attachment G: all other border crossing to the Czech Republic;

8 plant H: all other border crossing with Hungary.

Entry into force

§ 2. This regulation including attachments shall enter into force 1 January 2014.

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