US migrants. France wants to reform the external borders of the EU

22:50  07 january  2022
22:50  07 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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While France has just taken the rotating chairmanship of the EU Council, the government wants to reform external borders to migratory flows.

Faced with the resumption of migratory flows , France, which has just taken the rotating presidency of the European Union , hopes to lock the external borders by a deep reform, reaffirmed Friday, January 7 at the National Assembly Minister Marc Fesau.

with more than 120,000 irregular entries found at the Union's external borders, up 76% compared to the previous year, the year 2021 joins the level of the 2019 arrivals after a net drop in 2020 due to The pandemic, said the Minister of Relations with the Parliament, during a debate in the hemicycle on the draft migration reform of the European Commission.

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Before taking the Turning Presidency of the EU, France delivered 102,635 entry refusal on the territory in 2021, "said Marc Fesau before the members, up 65% compared to 2020.

" recovery. Migratory flows "

This resumption of migration flows reveals the limits of the European mechanisms that it takes advantage of us to correct, has he pursued.

If we want to prevent the destabilization of the European Union as of its Member States, the common asylum and immigration policy must be profoundly reformed. This, in order to achieve a Europe that is both more supportive with the front-line countries, such as Italy or Greece, and more sovereign to third States seeking to put pressure on it.

France, in particular, wants to reach an agreement on the establishment of mandatory border filtering, which will allow identification of these people, sanitary and security checks and a vulnerability review, added the minister.

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"Dublin has flaws"

Like the European Commission, which has presented its migratory pact at the end of 2020, France also wants to end the Dublin regulation, which makes the first country of registration of a migrant who At the expense.

Dublin presents faults that promote its circumvention, with countries that do not have an interest in applying it and that let the migrants pass towards the state of their choice, he insisted.

Do not rocked illusions, warned the deputy LR Pierre-Henri Dumont. We will not arrive in the coming months or even the next few years, to an effective reform of the Schengen area or European migration policy, both the differences between the interests of the countries of first entry, transit, or of the Is, are important.

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