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Parliamentary questions
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29 July 2019
E-002474-19
Question for written answer E-002474-19
to the Commission
Rule 138
Özlem Demirel (GUE/NGL)

 Subject:  Migration dialogue between the European Union and Egypt

The most recent migration dialogue between the European Union and Egypt took place in Cairo on 10 July 2019. The EU was represented by the European External Action Service and the Commission. Egypt is a beneficiary of funds from the EUTF programme for monitoring and deterring migration. It needs to increase its efforts to prevent irregular migration to Europe.

Who in the Egyptian Government is responsible for the migration dialogue with the EU? Who represents Egypt at the talks?

Which EUTF projects are currently being carried out in Egypt? Which others are due to start once they have been ratified?

In which areas do the Frontex, Eurojust and Europol agencies cooperate with Egypt? What is the Commission’s assessment of this cooperation?

Original language of question: DE 
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