Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Albania

  • First deployment on the edge of a war zone: EU sends Frontex to Moldova

    First deployment on the edge of a war zone: EU sends Frontex to Moldova

    In just a few days, the Republic of Moldova could command units of the EU border force, the deployment is already being prepared. However, a status agreement currently being negotiated with the government in Chisinau would have to exclude operations in Transnistria, where Russia has stationed military forces. The EU Commission and the member states […]

  • Demands from EU member states: Greece to upgrade borders with helicopters, drones, police dogs

    Demands from EU member states: Greece to upgrade borders with helicopters, drones, police dogs

    Following a review by other Schengen states, the Greek government is improving surveillance and control of its external borders, funded by EU funds. This could encourage pushbacks in violation of international law. European Union member states are likely to oblige Greece to further upgrade its external borders. A draft decision by the EU Commission, published […]

  • Action plan on Afghanistan: Europol to hire evacuated staff from Kabul

    Action plan on Afghanistan: Europol to hire evacuated staff from Kabul

    A high-ranking EU advisor has drawn up recommendations for the Council and the Commission on how to deal with evacuees and refugees from Afghanistan. The focus is on more cooperation with secret services and NATO. The European Union’s anti-terrorism coordinator proposes 22 measures for dealing with Afghan refugees. An action plan, published by the British […]

  • Frontex and the use of force

    Frontex and the use of force

    With the „Standing Corps“, the EU has an armed police force for the first time. The use of guns and other means of coercion is to be monitored by a „Committee on the Use of Force“, whose members are selected by the Frontex director. This reinforces the control deficit at the biggest EU agency. Until […]