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European Commission Proposes Scrapping Frontex for a More Active Border Force

The European Union is looking to take a decisive step in establishing a more proactive border control in light of rising concern's over the union's security. Frontex,...

European Union to Reportedly Enforce Series of Measures for Refugee Crisis

  The leaders of the European Union are set to unveil a number of measures its members states will have to enforce by February, in response...

EU’s Ministers Agree on Changes in Schengen Agreement

An unofficial summit among the interior and justice ministers of European Union's 28 member states decided on Friday to increase the protection of the union's...

Olga Kefalogianni: Turkey is Not Our Competitor

“We never see Turkey as a competitor, we believe that the country is an important partner,” said the Minister of Tourism, Olga Kefalogianni. “We want...

Schengen Biannual ‘Check-up’ Shows Immigrants Crossing Mostly at Greek-Turkish Border

Schengen works, and works well, according to Cecilia Malmstrom, European Commissioner for Internal Affairs. During the presentation of the first report of the Executive...

Greece’s Failure to Implement Border Laws Will Have Consequences, Warns German Minister of Interior

The German Minister of Interior, Hans-Peter Friedrich, has asked that the Schengen agreement not be applied to Greeks travelers. The German government seems to be very...

Commision Leaves Door Open for Border Controls within Schengen

Commission proposal has been forwarded that allows the Member States of the Schengen Agreement to bring back border controls under strict conditions, in...