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Published on April 6th, 2019 | by Konstantina.Liontou

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European Border and Coast Guard: The Commission welcomes agreement on a standing corps of 10,000 border guards by 2027

Monday, 1 April, 2019

Today, the Council green-lighted the political agreement reached last week to reinforce the European Border and Coast Guard, giving it the right level of ambition to respond to the common challenges Europe is facing in managing migration and borders.

The centre piece of the reinforced Agency will be a standing corps of 10,000 border guards – ready to support Member States at any time. The Agency will also have a stronger mandate on returns and will cooperate more closely with non-EU countries, including those beyond the EU’s immediate neighbourhood. Agreed in the record time of just over 6 months, the new European Border and Coast Guard represents a step-change in the EU’s ability to collectively better protect Europe’s external borders. The Agency supports Member States and does not replace their responsibilities in external border management and return.

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