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“EU will never be a fortress. Migration will stay in Europe and the world for decades to come”

“We have seen some increases at the Greek/Turkish land borders,” acknowledged Avramopoulos, though he added that “I have an open number to ministers in Greece and Turkey… the situation is under control.”

Yeah, positive it’s.

“We are against building fences, on the contrary, we are in favour of building bridges with neighbouring countries.”

They usually’re in favor of constructing bridges with you, Dimitris, bridges to Islam: “Such bridges are really just proselytizing mechanisms to convert them to Islam, not an attempt to engage in genuine dialogue: “The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.” — Sayyid Qutb, Milestones, chapter 10.

“The EU will never be a fortress. Migration will stay not only in Europe and the world for the decades to come, and we have to be well prepared.”

Migration will keep not solely in Europe however on the earth at giant? Is that what you’re making an attempt to say, Dimitris? The place is the mass Christian migration into Saudi Arabia? Pakistan? Indonesia? Mass migration appears to be nearly solely that of Muslims into Europe and North America, a few of whom have confirmed to be jihadis: all the jihadis who murdered 130 folks in Paris in November 2015 had simply entered Europe as refugees. In response to this, nevertheless, the EU won’t ever turn into a fortress, which implies that the EU won’t survive.

“EU still seeking June deal on refugee plan, says bloc’s migration chief,” by Benjamin Fox, EURACTIV.com, Might 16, 2018 (due to Peter):

The EU continues to be hoping to persuade Hungary and Poland to enroll to an elusive settlement on migration and refugee resettlement, the bloc’s Migration commissioner mentioned on Wednesday (16 Might).

Dimitris Avramopoulos was talking as he unveiled an overhaul of the Visa Info Service database containing data on folks making use of for Schengen visas….

Avramopoulos mentioned he was “trying to convince the last remaining ones to join our comprehensive migration policy”, which he described as “the only pragmatic answer to a real problem we are confronted with.”

“There are three or four countries that have different ideas”, he added.

The Fee has earmarked €35 billion for border and migration management in its proposed seven-year funds framework overlaying 2021-2027, a close to threefold improve on present spending….

The Worldwide Organisation for Migration knowledge (IOM) reported that nearly 19,000 folks arrived in Europe between January and April this 12 months in comparison with round 44,600 in 2017. These figures examine with over 870,000 arrivals in 2015, on the top of the disaster.

Nonetheless, nearly three,000 folks entered Greece through the Turkish border final month, most of them coming from war-ravaged Syria and Iraq, marking a slight month-to-month improve.

“We have seen some increases at the Greek/Turkish land borders,” acknowledged Avramopoulos, though he added that “I have an open number to ministers in Greece and Turkey… the situation is under control.”…

“We are against building fences, on the contrary, we are in favour of building bridges with neighbouring countries,” he mentioned.

“The EU will never be a fortress. Migration will stay not only in Europe and the world for the decades to come, and we have to be well prepared. No country can manage this situation alone.”

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