14 June 2017
ESI interview on Dutch TV on EU asylum and migration policy
EenVandaag interview with Gerald Knaus on EU asylum and migration policy. Video: EenVandaag

ESI's Gerald Knaus gave an interview to the Dutch news show "EenVandaag". He noted that major reforms are needed to address the humanitarian crisis in the Central Mediterranean by setting up EU asylum missions in border states and concluding arrangements with countries of origin, such as Nigeria. He said that "the Netherlands have the most efficient asylum system in Europe, and it must be introduced as soon as possible throughout the EU."

Previous appearances on Dutch TV

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