With the exception of Gérald Darmanin forced to return in disaster in France in the morning because of the tragedy of Annecy, the European Ministers of the Interior spent all day Thursday in Luxembourg. Their objective was to try to agree on the most difficult aspects of the migration and asylum pact, this set of texts presented in September 2019 by the European Commission. As migratory pressure reaches levels equivalent to those of 2016, Europeans want to have adopted the new rules before the 2024 European elections, under the Belgian presidency. "It's been a marathon and we have maybe 100 metres left," Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson said on arrival. These '100 metres', which have given rise to seven meetings of EU ambassadors since mid-May, are certainly the most difficult. And on Thursday afternoon, the ambassadors were again trying to find passageways, while no agreement...
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