Europe is facing a new wave of immigration

Greece has rescued hundreds of migrants from Crete (pictured in Paleochora on November 22, 2022). STRINGER/REUTERS

Decryption – In the first ten months of the year, 281,000 irregular entries were detected. European interior ministers are set to meet in Brussels this Friday to tackle the issue, amid rising tensions between Paris and Rome over the Ocean Viking ship.

Correspondent in Brussels

Exit from above Tensions aroundOcean Viking The 27’s little progress on the migration issue over the past two years should prevent it from being overshadowed by the issue. This is the aim of an extraordinary meeting of interior ministers in Brussels this Friday at the request of Paris. “If we follow the incident between France and Italy, we will re-nationalize and re-lateralize the immigration debate. We must go beyond that with a European approach. An EU ambassador brief.

Although they have not yet adopted the agreement on migration and asylum presented by the Commission in September 2020, Europeans must move forward on this important file that the war in Ukraine has almost disappeared. After the “relaxation” observed during the pandemic, migration pressure began to rise again.

Three main objectives

In the first ten months of the year, 281,000 irregular registrations…

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