This short article from WEF is very insightful. It highlights that in September, the European Union agreed to relocate 160,000 migrants stuck in Greece and Italy, but progress has been painfully slow. The article zooms in on the EU blaming Greece for not introducing border controls. Perhaps, somebody should remind the EU that Greece is still in crisis as a result of the EU’s austerity policy? Without serious money thrown at problems, it look like the EU will face increasing inertia in its immigration policies.
It seems that the EU is blaming Greece but Germans know from regional election results that the real blame rests with Angela Merkel‘s rose tinted immigration policies.
This article highlights how EU immigration policy is currently unworkable and leading to increasing crime in countries like Germany.
Is it time for a major reversal of EU immigration policy?