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16 June 2019
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Funding for migration, border and security policies: Council agrees its position

The EU is increasing the scope of its support for measures in the fields of migration, border management and security in order to help address growing challenges. The Council today reached partial general approaches on three sectoral home affairs proposals in the context of the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for the period 2021-2027. Budget-related and horizontal issues which are currently being discussed as part of the negotiations on the EU’s next MFF, as well as issues clearly linked to the common European asylum system reform package, fall outside the scope of the agreements.

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