Migration could be "a dissolving force for the European Union" because of the deep cultural differences between European countries and their long-term inability to achieve a common policy. To raise the alarm, in an interview with the Guardian, is the EU High Representative for Foreign Policy Josep Borrell.
"Some EU members have a 'Japanese' style: we don't want to mix up. We don't want migrants. We do not want to accept people from outside. We want our purity", Borrell points out, noting that, instead, Europe "needs" migrants against demographic decline.
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