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Should all EU-member countries close their non-EU borders?
All EU-member countries should close their non-EU borders.
Closing borders is less expensive than handling the waves of illegal immigration.
If the EU accepts too many people from different and sometimes even violent cultures, the European culture will be endangered.
Migration is not a human right, therefore nobody has right to go illegally to another country.
The right of safety for European citizens is more important than the right of safety for illegal immigrants.
Following Hungary's example and closing borders is the only way to differentiate real refugees from economical immigrants, criminals and terrorists before they arrive to these countries.
The latter are usually able to come in illegally
The European Union needs to protect the interests of the European people. A
vast number of European people
strongly support immigration.
It would be very logistically difficult for all European States to seal off their borders.
Countries opting for such a policy would suffer internationally.
Many European countries need cheap labour for their economy. Immigrants are necessary for this.
This mechanism does not address the core issue leading to mass immigration.
There is a responsibility to protect and provide for the immigrants in need.
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