UDINE. While «twelve European countries of every political color propose to build walls to stop clandestine flows, Friuli Venezia Giulia has proposed and continues to ask for the activation of a technological wall that makes the regional territory impervious to illegal traffic. How long will we still have to wait? How long will the inertia last? ».
The question is asked by the regional councilor for security, Pierpaolo Roberti, who on Friday 8 October reiterated that as Fvg “we have repeatedly called for the reactivation of readmissions to Slovenia in application of bilateral agreements that are frozen due to unfounded accusations”.
The commissioner also developed some aspects of the request of the twelve European interior ministers. «The prevention of flows with walls and fences – recalled Roberti – avoids the overload of the reception structures and allows a decent livability. Furthermore, by blocking the uncontrolled arrivals of illegal immigrants, the common asylum system is preserved, which gives answers to those who actually have the qualifications to be able to access the benefits provided for by international standards ”.
Faced with a request “to protect our territories from permanent, copious and indiscriminate illegal flows managed mostly by criminal organizations – concluded Roberti – today we can no longer remain with our hands in the name of a do-goodness that makes bad at all “.