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How do the EU's new disability cards facilitate cross-border travel?

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How do the EU's new disability cards facilitate cross-border travel?

How do the EU's new disability cards facilitate cross-border travel?

In this episode of Real Economy, Euronews reporter Paul Hackett travels to Ljubljana and Brussels to learn how Europe's new disability and parking cards aim to facilitate cross-border travel and enhance accessibility for individuals with disabilities.


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