ECAS’ director Assya Kavrakova was featured late last week on Euractiv to talk about the potential abolishment of the Schengen Agreeement:
“Europe is facing an unprecedented migration crisis nowadays. But instead of resolving it, it is on the verge of making an unprecedented mistake. Abolishing the Schengen agreement, as suggested by some, is not the answer. It would strike at the very heart of the European project, depriving EU citizens of their most cherished right, slowing down Europe’s post-crisis recovery and diminishing its capacity to curb organised crime and terrorist threats.”
Read the full article here: Putting up Barriers will not Solve the Migration Crisis.