The head of the Federal migration service of Russia Konstantin Romodanovsky told the newspaper that multiculturalism has failed, and that the EU was not prepared for an influx of refugees, as the countries-EU members was not a consolidated position on the question of integration.
According to him, the European leaders ignore the differences in culture, religious traditions and customs, and are now paying the price for it.
Romodanovsky made that statement after it became known that Brussels appealed to President Putin with the request to help to reduce the growing stream of refugees arriving in the EU from Russian territory.
In addition, some claim that Moscow is using refugees as a weapon against Europe, bombing cities in Syria, which increases the flow of migrants to Europe, which allegedly hopes Moscow will not be able to handle it.
According to Romodanovsky, "the authorities of the States through which rushed the crowd of transients in the country, national legislation which provides for the most interesting social packages for refugee benefits, numerous quota on the intake, housing and so on — were not ready for such an influx of foreigners".
He also cited the example of the experience of Russia, saying that 600 thousand people from Ukraine asked for asylum in Russia, were forced to integrate.
On Thursday, the newspaper writes, it became known that the European Commission agreed on the need for urgent talks with President Putin on the issue of refugees.
But the European Commission also insists that it does not intend to offer Russia substantial amounts of money, as was done with Turkey, which next week should get to 4.7 billion pounds in exchange for help in solving the problem of influx of refugees.
The representative of the European Commission said that no deal with Russia on the issue of migration is not expected. The EU is only negotiating with Russia on the issue of Syria and the situation in the middle East — the sources of the refugee problem, writes the Daily Mail.
European migrants are nervous
The Independent writes that more and more citizens of EU countries living in the UK, serves the petition British citizenship, because they fear that if the Brits will vote for the country's withdrawal from the European Union, they may lose the right to continue to live in Britain.
Lawyers specializing in immigration matters, said that in the event of a British exit from the EU at least some citizens of EU countries will lose the automatic right to stay in the country and will need to obtain a visa like any other foreigner if they want to stay to live and work in the UK.
Lawyers advise these people apply for British citizenship.
In the UK live more than two million citizens of EU countries. The largest contingent of Polish citizens. In addition, come to Britain more and more people from southern Europe — Portugal, Greece and Spain.
Migrants from EU countries fear that in the event of a British exit from the EU they can be deported or lose access to health care, or they will have to stand in long queues at the border.
In order to obtain British citizenship, foreigners must correctly answer at least 75% of the questions of the special examination on British history, culture, legislation and management systems. They should also be in the country for at least five years and pass an English exam.
The UN is waiting for the fate of the League of Nations?
The Guardian publishes an article Carne Ross, former British diplomat, under the heading "whether the UN by way of the League of Nations?".
According to the author, one of the best places to witness the slow sunset of the post-war world order was the UN Security Council — if you are allowed there. But this will not happen.
Real diplomacy in this organ occurs behind closed doors.
Reflecting the state of the world community, the Security Council, which is supposed to support world peace, busy as ever. Many years ago, the Council met for several hours once or twice a week. Now meetings are held every day, sometimes even nights and weekends.
The're overworked diplomats discuss the ever — growing list of crises from North Korea to Libya.
A long list of meetings can be, and demonstrates how hard working we, but he also points to failure in his work: not even the diplomat's obvious that the world is becoming less safe.
Don't forget about semiotics.
In the past, the Council took a short, clear resolution, but now the text of these resolutions is becoming longer and more complex. The heads of UN missions and representatives of many governments say they often don't understand what they require SA.
Reasons why the Security Council has been unable to stop such a devastating war in Syria, a lot, and don't blame only Russia, as do many Western diplomats.
The problem is that the main world organization dealing with issues of war and peace, is no longer functioning.
The main reason is the fact that the Security Council assumes the leading role in the world played by the state, and this is no longer true.
Conflicts involving organizations such as Al-Shabab, Boko Haram or the Islamic state, arise due to local conditions, but often affect entire regions if not the whole world.
The Security Council was created to resolve conflicts between States, and still was not able to adapt to new conditions. And if you do not take the necessary measures, the UN can become as useless organization like the League of Nations in the past.
The UN must elect independent and solid of the Secretary-General. The organization also should consider its own taboos, writes in the Guardian, former British diplomat Ross Cairn.
Diplomats acknowledge that some UN reports are edited by the permanent members of the Security Council before they are offered for discussion by the Board. There are also taboo issues, for example? Chechnya or the situation in the South China sea, because "it is clear" that some powers do not want discuss these issues.
Not so long ago due to the confrontation in Kashmir, the world was on the brink of nuclear war, but even the mention of this hot spot is prohibited.
The broadcast of debates in national parliaments strengthened democracy. The UN must follow the same path. The work of diplomacy must be judged on the basis of their statements.
Transparency with regard to decision making in the UN, will make them more understandable for all.
Another reform of the Security Council can take immediately. He should listen to the people and representatives of all parties to the conflict, writes in the Guardian, former British diplomat Ross Cairn.
At this point it's safe to say that when the Security Council discusses Syria, Libya or Somalia, the discussions will not take part, neither the Syrians or the Libyans or the Somalis. As can be understood, that while the debates in the Security Council is mainly about conflict between groups, not States, before the Council can act only by representatives of States. And even that's usually only in cases when these countries are members of the Council.
To achieve all these changes, there is no need to rewrite the UN Charter. And the world is covered by new types of conflicts requires that in the dark corridors of the UN have infiltrated at least some light, writes in the Guardian, former British diplomat Ross Cairn.