The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union allows the European Union to conclude agreements with third countries concerning the readmission of third-country nationals residing in the European Union`s area in their country of origin or country of origin. Since these EU readmission agreements apply to all Member States, there is no need for separate bilateral agreements. There are also other agreements and memorandums of understanding on readmission. 1. Readmission agreements between the EU and a third country replace EU Member States with the same country, although this is not the case for DK and possibly for IE and the Uk, since these EU Member States may choose not to participate in the relevant EU agreement.2. More information is available on the European Commission`s readmission website. There are two types of readmission agreements: EU readmission agreements and bilateral readmission agreements. Member States can develop a more detailed bilateral implementation protocol within the framework of EU readmission agreements. Finland only concluded such a protocol with Russia in 2013. a reciprocal agreement between the European Union (EU) and/or an EU Member State with a third country, which establishes rapid and effective procedures for the safe and safe identification and return of persons who do not meet or no longer meet the conditions of entry, presence on the territory of the third country or one of the EU Member States, and facilitates the transit of these persons in a spirit of cooperation. In addition to the EU agreements, Finland has bilateral readmission agreements with the following countries: in addition, the Council of the European Union has authorised the European Commission to negotiate readmission agreements with the following countries: one of the reasons for the low effective return of migrants who have been ordered to leave the EU is the lack of cooperation of certain third countries in the identification and readmission of their nationals. This is why the EU cooperates very actively with the countries of origin of irregular migrants, including through readmission agreements.