AGII – Italian Ambassador to Ireland Paulo Serpi has protested against Dublin’s decision to deport citizens from Italy and four other European countries, including France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Austria. In a video, Serpi explains that he, along with colleagues from four other countries, has taken a very serious and decisive step “at the highest level in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs these days.”
“We believe that these actions are excessive and cause serious, serious damage to our fellow citizens and communities in Ireland and we cannot accept this,” the Ambassador added.Freedom of movement of the people is sacred in the European Union“.” Italy has the same variants that affect Ireland at the moment, “said Serbian, who defined the measures initiated by Dublin as” discriminatory and selective. ” We will do our best to find a solution to this serious problem. Problem “, the ambassador assured.
The European Commission has contacted the Irish government to force citizens of Italy, France, Belgium, Austria and Luxembourg to park in hotels. “The Commission intends to review these measures because of concerns about the general principles of European law, especially in matters of proportionality and non-discrimination,” a spokesman for the Brussels Times told the Irish Times. We will ask what are the criteria used to determine the designated countries“.
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