Hammond in Vilnius: Britain aims to curb "destabilizing" migration within EU
Friday, January 9, 2015
The United Kingdom aims to curb "destabilizing" migration flows within the European Union (EU) and does not rule out it may demand amendments to the EU treaty, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said in Lithuania on Thursday.
On 8 January in Vilnius, Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevičius met with Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom Philip Hammond. The ministers discussed the European agenda, the implementation of NATO’s decisions, strengthening of security in the region, situation in Ukraine, the Eastern Partnership and relations with Russia.
Kęstutis Lančinskas, a former Vilnius police chief and currently the head of the European Union's advisory mission in Ukraine (EUAM), is seeking the job of director at Europe's police agency Europol, several sources have confirmed to BNS.