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Migration: OMSAC, through the voice of its president, responds to Von der Leyen's 10 points

Following European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen's statement regarding a ten-point plan to manage migration in Europe, the Global Security Organization Against Corruption (OMSAC) was quick to respond. The OMSAC president spoke on an African radio station to share the organization's vision on this crucial issue. In this statement, OMSAC analyzed Von der Leyen's proposals, while providing unique insight into the challenges and opportunities related to migration management in Europe. OMSAC, as a global actor committed to promoting transparency, good governance and security, shares its thoughts on how to address this complex challenge, with a focus on inclusive partnerships and sustainable solutions."

First of all, we see once again that European officials are making the mistake of not recognizing the crucial role of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in migration management. NGOs play an essential role as a transmission link between governments and civil society. Their expertise, knowledge of migrants' needs and advocacy capacity are valuable assets for developing effective migration policies. Ignoring their contribution is a mistake.

Furthermore, we are concerned that many migrants, once they obtain asylum and regularization of their situation in Europe, do not appear to contribute significantly to the social and political stability of their country of origin. welcome. It is essential that migrants recognize their duties towards their new country and actively engage in the society that welcomes them.

We would also like to highlight the almost total absence of representatives of NGOs and civil society in public debates and on television sets. The media and politicians often seem to ignore the voices of these key actors in migration management. It is imperative to give them their rightful place and actively consult them in the development of policies.

In conclusion, we believe that managing migration in Europe requires a collaborative approach that closely involves credible NGOs, civil society leaders, security services and governments. Without this collaboration, it will be difficult to achieve positive results. OMSAC is committed to promoting this collaborative approach and fighting unfair practices and corruption in all areas of migration management.

We call on all relevant actors to work together to ensure the safety and well-being of migrants while addressing the legitimate concerns of receiving countries. Collaboration and dialogue are essential to addressing migration challenges in a constructive and respectful manner.

Furthermore, we urge the countries of origin of migrants, the countries bordering Europe via the Mediterranean and those of North Africa to engage in constructive dialogue with a view to developing a common road map for cope with migration. It is imperative that all parties work together without petty calculations to resolve this complex issue efficiently and ethically.

OMSAC Press & Media Department


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