EU Frontex Illegal Immigration News

Illegal border crossings into EU soared 57% last year to highest level since 2017

Illegal immigration into the European Union increased by 57 percent in 2021 on the previous year’s total, as almost 200,000 breaches of Europe’s external border were registered, according to preliminary figures published by Frontex, which serves as the European Union’s border protection agency. As the vast majority of European citizens were subjected to national lockdowns […]
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Czech Republic European Union Frontex migration Commentary
4 YEARS AGOCzech Republic European Union Frontex migration Commentary

The EU puts its migration policy reform on hold

The EU has quietly dropped at least two of its plans on how to tackle migration. Some major measures against migration that were adopted under pressure, like refugee centers in the EU and North Africa, and more manpower for the Frontex agency, have been shelved or postponed. It turned out that the EU won’t be able to realize them, and it is not so pressing seeing as the flow of migrants is now lower.

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Andrej Babiš Czech Republic European Union Frontex Mateusz Morawiecki News
4 YEARS AGOAndrej Babiš Czech Republic European Union Frontex Mateusz Morawiecki News

Babiš and Morawiecki are on the same page before EU summit

Czech PM Andrej Babiš and his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki share skepticism over an enlargement of Frontex and its budget increase. During Babiš’s visit to Warsaw, they agreed on issues relating to migration as well as other topics expected at the upcoming summit.

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