When we want to find solutions to global problems, we can not use local actions. There are only global solutions for global problems. And the management of borders is no exception. The external borders of the European Union cannot be managed optimally by means of a single State. Countries of destination of immigration, as Europeans, need not only agreements with countries of origin and transit, they should also strengthen cooperation so that, in this way, the actions more effective and better results. Spain accounts for much of the southern border of the European Union, by which not only in Spain you are interested in strengthening the cooperation in this area, but also to the Union, since strengthening the Spanish border means to strengthen European border.
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Rubén Ruiz Calleja, researcher and analyst in European Affairs and Spanish foreign policy