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EU action plan - "illegal immigration"

category international | eu | other press author Tuesday October 15, 2013 22:42author by Eugene Report this post to the editors

Delegations will find in annex the Operational Action Plan regarding the EU crime priority C: "Weaken the capacity of organised crime groups to facilitate illegal immigration to the EU, particularly via southern, south-eastern and eastern Europe and notably at the Greek-Turkish border and in crisis areas of the Mediterranean close to North Africa", developed under the overall responsibility of IT as the driver for this OAP and agreed by COSI on 8 December 2011.

This Operational Action Plan (OAP) has been created within the framework of the new EU policy cycle for organised and serious international crime. Based on the OCTA 2011, Council decided on a total of 8 priority crime areas. This OAP corresponds to the following priority;

“Weaken the capacity of organised crime groups to facilitate illegal immigration to the EU, particularly via southern, south-eastern and eastern Europe and notably at the Greek-Turkish border and in crisis areas of the Mediterranean close to North Africa”.

Subsequently, COSI has adopted strategic goals corresponding to this political priority, for the period 2012-13. This OAP contains a breakdown of all the operational actions that will be carried out during 2012 to achieve these strategic goals. It also gives an overview of the tasking and responsibilities of the Member States and the Agencies involved in the delivery of the plan, in terms of leadership of, or participation in a given operational action.

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