The President of the Republic, traveling Thursday to the Franco-Spanish border, estimated that “terrorist actions can be carried out by people who use immigration flows”
Emmanuel Macron, announced Thursday, November 5, a doubling of “border police and customs personnel”, which will increase to 4,800 people, to fight against illegal immigration and terrorism. “Terrorist actions can be carried out by people who use immigration flows”, justified the Head of State, during a trip to Perthus (Pyrénées-Orientales), on the Franco-Spanish border.
The president also said “favorable” to re-found Schengen “in depth” and “greater control”, specifying that he would wear “in this sense of the first proposals to the Council” European December. “We have decided to intensify very strongly our border control within the Schengen area”, he added.