Jean-Claude Juncker says that open borders aren't going anywhere, even if terrorism continues and gets worse.
On France 2’s Four Truths program, European Commission president Juncker said “a lot of initiatives” are needed to strengthen security in the EU after a wave of devastating terrorist attacks has rocked the continent.
Juncker said he “expected a better response from member states regarding the exchange of information between police and intelligence services.”
According to Breitbart, he added that no matter how mad the migrant crisis and terrorism gets, the free movement of people within the bloc will never cease. “This is one of the four fundamental freedoms of the founding Treaty of Rome. It is an inviolable principle,” he said.
After the Paris terrorist attacks last November, Juncker said that the EU's open border policies is not to blame for terrorism and believes “exactly the opposite” - that more open borders and liberal values is the solution.