Migrants: von der Leyen on increasing legal incomes, cites Italy for humanitarian corridors – Europe

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    Migrants: von der Leyen on increasing legal incomes, cites Italy for humanitarian corridors – Europe

    European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen is in favor of increasing the number of regular entry for workers from third countries. According to reports, he said this during a speech before the European Council, referring to Italy’s experience with humanitarian corridors and describing it as positive.

    on immigrants “I expect steps forward. I can say that they are Satisfied with draft conclusionswhich requests the Commission to precede it expeditiously,” said Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni upon her arrival at the European Council in Brussels.

    On the subject at the European level there is a “commitment to maintain the momentum”, A senior European official says specifically that during the council today – perhaps at dinner – leaders who wish to do so will speak on immigration and Giorgia Meloni is “expected” to be among them. But not only. Dutchman Mark Rutte also wants to intervene. According to what was learned, there would not be a “full round of the table”—which usually lasts more than two hours—but about 10 leaders could eventually take the floor, with the board “backing” by comparison.

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    On the stability charterHe continued: “There are always very different visions but I think the European Union must learn from its mistakes, from the past. Today everyone is being asked for large investments for digital eco-transformation, for strategic supply chains. He might think that the investments necessary to make our system competitive are not taken into account.” In governance. And it would be tragic for us to return to previous standards, we need more attentive governance to growth. Meloni then added that he was “in contact with Emmanuel Macron for a possible meeting” and that among the bilateral meetings already set on the sidelines of the summit are meetings with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Greek Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

    In response to a question about the university’s position on UkraineMeloni added: “Frankly, they don’t concern me. Other than positions expressed to work towards a position we are all working towards, namely the end of the conflict, I said what I think: in the current context, there is no more effective measure of ensuring a balance of forces in the field.”

    EU Interior Commissioner Ylva Johansson announced this The European Commission “sets up a trip to Tunisia with Italian Minister” Matteo Biantidossi. Then the Commissioner’s team determined that the mission would take place in April with the participation of French Minister Gerald Darmanin. “We are working with Italy, and there is excellent cooperation, and now we have to work with the countries of origin to stop the departures,” Johansson said.

    Elie Schlein also arrived at the meeting of the former European Council of the European Socialist Party in Brussels. This is his first appearance as Secretary of the Democratic Party. Schlein will meet with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Spanish Prime Minister Per Sanchez and Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, as well as EU Commissioner for the Economy, Paolo Gentiloni. On the table, there are the topics on the agenda of the EU summit, including the node on stopping the internal combustion engines from 2035, which the Socialists will also discuss in the presence of the Executive Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans.

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    European Council, and now an aid package for Moldova – “The European Union will continue to provide all relevant support to Moldova, including strengthening the country’s resilience, security, stability, economy and energy supplies in the face of destabilizing activities of external actors, as well as support for its path to accession to the European Union. The European Council invites the Commission to provide support package before its next meeting. This can be read in the conclusions adopted by the European Council after the discussions devoted to Ukraine.

    “The European Union and its Member States are intensifying their efforts to help meet Ukraine’s urgent military and defense needs. Taking into account the security and defense interests of all Member States, the European Council warmly welcomes the agreement reached in the Council on the urgent delivery to Ukraine of surface-to-surface munitions and artillery, and if Ask for it, Rockets.” This can be read in the conclusions that refer to Ukraine.

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