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The Transformation Of European Border Controls

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This chapter examines how choices are made and how the consequences lead inexorably to the people on the tuna nets. The main tasks of FRONTEX are: coordinating operational cooperation between the Member States in the field of management of external borders; assisting Member States on training of national border guards; risk assessment and support in organizing joint return operations. Further, FRONTEX coordinated joint operations at the borders of Croatia are conducted in close cooperation and participation of the Croatians. It stops briefly at the FRONTEX operation ZARATHUSTRA. As the EU has moved to greater interoperability in border control but also policing with a fair amount of resistance both within interior and justice ministries and also civil society, it appears it is planning to share information with Georgia and Moldova. Finally, the Arrangements provide for how the work will take place under the heading &t;Organisation&t;.

Keywords: Croatians; EU; FRONTEX; Georgia and Moldova; ZARATHUSTRA



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