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Published on December 13th, 2017 | by Elpida Tsiaka

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Future-proof migration management: European Commission sets out way forward

Ahead of the EU leaders’ thematic debate on migration to be held on 14 December, the Commission proposed on 7 December a political roadmap to reach a comprehensive agreement by June 2018 on how to pursue a sustainable migration policy. As Europe is moving away from crisis management, an agreement on a stable and future-proof EU migration and asylum policy for the long term is needed in order to maintain the momentum an all fronts – internal and external. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: “Even if we are now moving away from crisis mode, it is evident that migration will remain a challenge for a generation of Europeans. Europe urgently needs to equip itself with future-proof means of managing migration responsibly and fairly. We have made solid progress in the past three years but now is the time to turn proposals into law, and law into practice.”

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