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Juncker spoke out against changing course of migration policy

The President of the Eu ropean Commission (EC) Jean-Claude Juncker

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BERLIN, December 24. /Offset. TASS Vyacheslav Filippov/. The President of the European Commission (EC) Jean-Claude Juncker spoke out against the change of course in European immigration policy due to the terrorist attack in Berlin.

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“Europe should grant asylum to people fleeing from hot spots and saved from terror,” he said in an interview with the publications of the media group Funke.

Juncker urged “not to suspect all refugees in terrorism.” “Our values, our form of co-existence in freedom and openness is the best weapon against terrorism,” he said.

The head of the EC demanded to learn the lessons from the terrorist attack at the Christmas market in Berlin, in particular, to intensify cooperation between law enforcement agencies of the member countries of the EU. “In a time when terrorists do not stop the boundaries of national domestic policy is not enough,” said Juncker.

He also pointed out the need to improve information exchange within the Schengen area and overlapping of channels of financing of terrorists.

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