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The European Union (EU) has been grappling with the issue of border control for years, particularly in light of the ongoing refugee crisis. In an effort to better manage the influx of migrants and refugees entering Europe, the EU has implemented a number of border agreements.

The most recent of these agreements is the EU Border Agreement, which was signed in 2019 and aims to strengthen the EU`s external borders. The agreement is focused on three main areas: better border management, enhanced cooperation between EU member states, and more effective use of technology.

Under the EU Border Agreement, the EU has committed to providing additional resources and funding to member states to help them better manage their borders. This includes providing more personnel and equipment, such as border guards and surveillance drones, as well as investing in new technology to help detect and prevent illegal border crossings.

In addition to these measures, the agreement also promotes greater cooperation between EU member states, particularly in terms of sharing information and intelligence about potential security threats. This includes sharing data on known and suspected criminals, as well as more effective use of border checkpoints and other security measures.

While the EU Border Agreement has been hailed as an important step towards better managing Europe`s external borders, it has also been met with criticism from some quarters. Some argue that the agreement places too much emphasis on security and not enough on protecting the human rights of migrants and refugees.

Despite these concerns, the EU Border Agreement is an important tool in the ongoing effort to manage Europe`s borders. As the refugee crisis continues to evolve, it is likely that additional measures will be needed to help manage the flow of people into Europe and to ensure that those who do arrive are treated with dignity and respect.