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Meloni puts pressure on the European Union with the immigration issue

Meloni puts pressure on the European Union

Meloni puts pressure on the European Union with the immigration issue

Giorgia Meloni’s communication style is known for its clarity. Even more so when she tries to address one of the key issues on her political agenda, such as immigration. She delivered the message on the occasion of the last visit to Rome by the President of the European Council. “Italy,” she said, “cannot deal with this matter alone.” Before the summit of the 27 EU countries, she stressed that the EU “must intervene in the defense of the external borders”. During the round of international bilateral meetings, Meloni’s approach has been welcomed by both the German chancellor and the Swedish prime minister.

Meloni puts pressure on the European Union

Sara Kelany, deputy for the Brothers of Italy, highlights: “When it comes to immigration, Europe is finally moving in the same direction as the Brothers of Italy and the Meloni government. That means reinforcing controls at the external borders at the same time that greater cooperation with the countries of origin is promoted. Finally, thanks to this government, the migration issue becomes a common problem in Europe. We have all become aware that defending Italy’s borders is equivalent to defending Europe’s borders”.

Italy’s main proposal is to promote a European-wide code of conduct for rescue vessels in the Mediterranean.

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Sara Kelany, from Brothers of Italy, points out: “The truth is that such hostility is common among all EU member states as a way of protecting their interests. That is what Italy should have done all these years. Now finally They are addressing the issue as other European countries have already done.”

After his first 100 days in office, Meloni’s stance on Europe has not changed. Protecting national interests is the priority of his political program. However, much of his success will depend on how he tackles the immigration issue, as many of his supporters supported his strong stance on the issue.

Sara Kelany, from Brothers of Italy, points out: “The truth is that such hostility is common among all EU member states as a way of protecting their interests. That is what Italy should have done all these years. Now finally They are addressing the issue as other European countries have already done.”

After his first 100 days in office, Meloni’s stance on Europe has not changed. Protecting national interests is the priority of his political program. However, much of his success will depend on how he tackles the immigration issue, as many of his supporters supported his strong stance on the issue.

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