Communication from the Commission to the European parliament, the Council, the European economic and Social committee and the Committee of the regions on the Delivery of the European Agenda on Migration.

Brussels, 27 settembre 2017
COM(2017) 558 final

1. Introduction The State of the Union Address 2017: "migration stays on our radar" In the last two years, Europe experienced the largest number of arrivals of refugees and migrants since the end of the Second World War. The Syrian crisis played an important part in generating this record number, as did conflicts, instability and poverty in many parts of the world. Migration, asylum and border management systems were put under huge pressure. The Union and its Member States were not sufficiently prepared to respond effectively. The scale of the crisis had a powerful impact across the EU. The integrity of both the Common European Asylum System and of the Schengen area of free movement for European citizens was put into question. As the crisis unfolded, the EU has been working relentlessly on a swift, coordinated and effective European response. The Commission presented its 'Ten point action plan on migration' on 20 April 2015. The plan received the backing of Foreign and Interior...
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