Frontex and Western Balkans partners discuss migration

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A View of the new European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) headquarters in Warsaw, Poland, 21 November 2017. Frontex helps manage the EU's external borders, ensuring their security, and carrying out regular risk analyses and assessments. The agency's budget is to grow from 281 million Euros (349 million US dollars) in 2017 to 322 million Euros (377 million US dollars) in 2020.

Frontex and Western Balkans partners discuss migration


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The Management Board of Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, met in Warsaw with partners from the Western Balkan countries to discuss joint strategies to address migration and security challenges in the region.
Participants included chiefs of the border authorities of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia. The Frontex Management Board consists of representatives of the heads of the border authorities of the 26 states that are signatories of the Schengen acquis, along with two members of the European Commission.

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