Friday, 13 May 2016

Warning from the collapse of the Schengen gravest crises destructive

Friday, May 13, 2016

Minister has warned the Italian economy, Pier Carlo Padoan, Wednesday, that the collapse of the agreement, "Schengen" open borders, may result in a "migration crisis more devastating than any crisis in the euro zone."

He said at the annual conference of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London, that the refugee crisis currently faced by Europe "is not a sudden shock, but a large structural change will continue for a long time."

And it imposed Germany and other countries, immediate restrictions on the border in the past year, in an attempt to curb the refugees and immigrants across Europe movements, after the arrival of more than a million refugees to the EU last year, mostly through Greece.

Usually not allowed border restrictions between the Schengen countries, but in emergency situations such as the European immigration crisis, could lead to the re-imposition of checkpoints for two years maximum.