Malta’s drone surveillance of migrant workers raises concerns about information sharing with “pull-back” countries

Malta’s drone surveillance of migrant workers raises concerns about information sharing with “pull-back” countries

Malta, Italy, Greece: Drones to track ‘illegals on the move’ are great, but also useless if not used to deny entry.
What is the sense of tracking illegals with drones if one cannot push them back immediately once apprehended?
The German left (which could describe most of the major parties in Germany) wants the EU to make sure the information is not shared with Libya or Tunisia to prevent those countries from ‘pulling back’ the migrants.
Why even have drones if this information cannot be shared or used in any way to keep the illegals from entering Europe?
This is just EU talk for show.

Again the EU is the main problem regarding the migration crisis and will always handcuff nation-states from properly defending the borders of Europe.

If it were not for this multicultural project and Germany’s dominance, the invasion would have never been allowed to morph into a life of its own.

And yet, nation-states continue to enable the EU to expand its scope, budget, and power.

Enjoy the EU ‘Next Generation’ handouts, complete with instructions on how to spend it from Eurocrats.

https://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/ewropej/109485/migrant_drone_surveillance_from_malta_mep_questions_informationsharing_with_pullback_countries?fbclid=IwAR36dAXFoWWcquHQEjjzMxpv5emwdS2GwjbR_YhaajcKatTirfaTkIdgjCs#.YJfkC7UzZPY