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since the mid nineteen nineties crossing the border and start the Schengen area most of Europe and the , the checks can be carried out and that's what Europe's most is what you see now according to Reuters bureau chief Ernest McDonald what should be a U. executive here the commission , European and enforcing the law for example not allowing people who are undocumented , travel and in ways that are targeted at all proportionate to they don't become routine , under another the new agreement migrants arriving in Europe as opposed to claim some of them in the first member state they reach , politicians are now clamoring to redesign this agreement , pressure on external borders bringing about a recent internally