Building on the work initiated by the Commission in 2015, European leaders agreed on the need to work towards an agreement on reforming the Common European Asylum System by the end of June 2018. Six months have passed since then. Significant progress has been made and almost all elements of the asylum reform — 5 out of 7 legislative proposals are advancing very well in trilogue discussions with the European Parliament and Council...


The European Border and Coast Guard Agency has been built on the foundations laid by Frontex, which had been coordinating the operational cooperation of EU Member States at the external borders for more than a decade. The concept of European Board and Coast Guard comprises the European Border and Coast Guard Agency and national authorities responsible for border management, including coast guard...

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