Expert: There is a clear east-west division among EU member states regarding mass migration

Monday, November 30, 2015

Sunday's EU-Turkey Summit clearly showed an east-west antagonism in terms of handling mass migration among the EU member states said the director of Fundamental Rights Center István Kovács to M1 TV evening news.

The EU leaders realized that without Turkey's active participation mass migration into Europe can't be solved, but they could not agree on the cost of solving the problem assessed the outcome of the summit István Kovács.

The analyst believes that there is a distinct east-west division among EU member states: while the eastern countries promote the protection of the EU borders, westerners prefer relocating immigrants from Turkey to Europe.

Due to this division, leaders of some western countries met in a closed session to hammer out the details of the planned migrant relocation program added the expert.

But there are inconsistencies in the adopted relocation plan; for instance, while Greece is likely to participate in the program, Italy which is in a very similar situations has been left out of the deal said Kovács.

Leaders of the Turkish-EU summit agreed to provide financial support, and visa-free travel to Turkish citizens as well as promised to accelerate Turkey's accession negotiations in the European Union in exchange for Turkey's efforts to curb illegal immigration to Europe.

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Turkey was the clear winner of the EU-Turkey summit told expert on Turkish relations Zoltán Egeresi to M1 TV Sunday night's show.

The EU met Turkey's main demands. Turkey will curb illegal migration to Europe, and in exchange for these measures the European Union will speed up visa liberalization talks with Turkey and the country receives EUR 3 billion financial aid to help financing more than 2 million refugees living in Turkish refugee camps.

(MTI –


Anonymous said...

Intermarium. The West is too far gone to save itself. It is time for Eastern Europe to forge alliances (cultural, political, economic, military, etc) to resist the New World Order (NWO) liberalism, decadence, corruption, rot and totalitarianism - save ourselves. Unfortunately, the opportunity was twice missed in the 20th Century - after WW1 (the great Christian slaughter) and at the end of the Soviet Union (sovereign state City of London created totalitarianism). Maybe we will be 3rd time lucky in the 21st Century. Cheers.

Toward a Baltic-Black Sea Union:
“Intermarium” as a Viable Model for White Revival

...Therefore, the time has come for Eastern Europeans to cease trying to emulate the West and abandon their currently subordinate attitude towards it. Instead it is high time for Eastern Europeans to assume the leading role and teach the West...
...Eastern Europe must come together and form a formidable political entity, an alternative to both Euroasiatic Russia and the Atlanticist West. Thus I propose the revival of the idea of a Baltic-Black Sea Union, or “Intermarium,” as originally put forward by Polish leader Józef Piłsudski. Ideally, the Intermarium bloc should encompass the following nations, roughly from North to South:

Estonia (population 1.3 million)
Latvia (2.3 million)
Lithuania (3.6 million)
Belarus (10.3 million)
Poland (38.6 million)
Ukraine (45 million)
The Czech Republic (10.6 million)
Slovakia (5.4 million)
Hungary (10 million)
Romania (19 million)
Moldova (4.4 million)
Slovenia (2 million)
Croatia (4.5 million)
Serbia (7.5 million)
Bosnia (3.9 million)
Montenegro (600,000)
Bulgaria (7.6 million)
Macedonia (2 million)

With a total population of 178 million mostly European people (compared to Russian’s population of 143 million, many of whom are non-European), Intermarium could be enormously powerful and largely self-sufficient, given proper investment in infrastructure and armaments. This would effectively eliminate Eastern Europe’s dependence upon U.S. and Western Europe for security. Intermarium would be able to pursue its own independent policy, both internally and externally. It would be a genuine geopolitical counterweight to both Russia and the West...

The Other Europe: An Interview on Intermarium by Tomasz Szczepański

...The foundation of the Intermarium project is the aim of creating in Eastern Europe (or East-Central Europe), understood as the area between Russia and Germany, a pole of power able to counterbalance the power of either of these two neighbors. The aim of creating such a pole is to secure the area from imperial attempts by Russia and Germany and to create conditions for unconstrained development of the nations of the region.

The countries of the area are often divided into two sub-regions, the Carpathian Mountains being the borderline: the proper Baltic-Black Seas Intermarium (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine) and the Danube-Balkan segment. Both sub-regions are collectively called the ABC area after the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black (Czarne in Slavic languages) Seas...

Anonymous said...

Drag it out kicking and screaming and Hang em hi
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