11.12.15

Reports: EU plans to introduce permanent border control force

The European border control force could be deployed even without the respective EU member state’s consent, the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal reported

EU Commission will present the plan Tuesday, Le Soir says

The EU Commission considers introducing a permanent external border control force that could be deployed even without the respective EU member state’s consent, the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal reported. According to a story by Le Soir, the EU Commission will present the plan on Tuesday. European Council President Donald Tusk said recently in an interview with the Guardian and five other European newspapers that “this wave of migrants is too big not to stop them.” See also our cepInput on the empirical and legal aspects of the refugee crisis.