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Parliamentary questions
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18 October 2019
Question for written answer E-003368-19
to the Commission
Rule 138
Emmanouil Fragkos (ECR)

 Subject:  Managing and allocating funds to address the migration and refugee crisis

Illegal and uncontrolled entry into the EU by people who do not have the right to reside has reached critical level, and Mediterranean countries — including Greece, Italy and Spain — are the gateway to entry.

Although European funding has been earmarked to assist these countries, in practice such funding has been difficult to manage and allocate.

In view of this, can the Commission say:
1. What amount of funding has been earmarked and disbursed to address the illegal entry into the EU by people who have no right to remain and to manage the refugee crisis in general?
2. How much of this has been given directly to Member States and how much to NGOs or other organisations, and which ones?
3. Has there been an audit of how these funds have been managed by NGOs and other organisations and, if so, what were the conclusions?
Original language of question: EL 
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