London, May 31 (EFE). – The British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, is traveling to Moldova today for the second summit of the European Political Community (CPE), at which he will seek consensus on addressing migration. Illegal, refers to a statement from the London government.
According to the memo, Sunak will meet the head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez, to discuss how Spain and the UK can “generate momentum” on the issue at the upcoming CPE summits, which will be hosted by their countries, on October 5. . , in Granada, and in the spring of 2024, respectively.
At tomorrow’s meeting, Sunak plans to announce the start of negotiations with Moldova to reach an agreement to return Moldovan immigrants who arrived illegally on British territory, after they reached a similar agreement with Georgia.
The statement said the British prime minister would also reveal cooperation with Bulgaria to help its authorities “destroy the business of organized crime syndicates involved in illegal immigration”.
At the CPE meeting, Sunak will say that “Europe faces unprecedented threats at its borders,” from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to migrant smuggling, according to a note released today.
He adds: “We cannot tackle these problems without European governments and institutions working closely together. At every meeting, every summit and every international gathering like this one, security of our borders must be high on the agenda.”
Sunak, who sees reducing illegal immigration as a key government promise, will reaffirm the UK’s commitment to stopping small boats from arriving in England from France across the English Channel and “defending national security”.
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