The head of the British Home Office, Suella Braverman, plans to raise the topic of migration during her visit to the United States. The main goal is to change the world rules for the reception of migrants, as they have lost their relevance.
This was reported by Polskie Radio.
As noted, the treaties and conventions created half a century ago do not correspond to the realities of the 21st century. Braverman wants to convince his colleagues that in the era of airplanes and smartphones, it is necessary to develop a new migration control system. Otherwise, governments will lose the trust of citizens.
One of the priorities of Rishi Sunak's cabinet is to stop migrants crossing the English Channel, risking their lives. At the moment, the government's main idea to solve the situation is to send migrants to Rwanda, but it is not working. The court found it illegal, but the government will appeal the decision.
Statistics prepared by the government show that the flow of migrants through the canal is higher than two years ago, but lower than a year ago. However, the British system is inefficient, it takes a long time to process applications, queues are increasing, and the cost of maintaining these people is increasing.
Recall that Poland said that Germany violates its sovereignty by tightening visa control.