Wpływ traktatu lizbońskiego na zintegrowane zarządzanie granicami zewnętrznymi Unii Europejskiej
Keywords:European Union, integrated border management, Treaty of Lisbon, Schengen Area, Frontex
The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty on the Integrated Border Management of the European Union
The idea of integrated border management (IBM) in the European Union assumes ensuring free movement of persons within the Union, while maintaining the highest security standards. The priority is to create a uniform, high level protection and control of external borders and to uphold the flow of border traffic. An important role in the development process of IBM was played by its regulation in the Treaty of Lisbon and the extension of EU competences in the areas of border control, asylum and immigration policies. The purpose of the article is to show main assumptions of IBM and to analyze their practical implementation. One of the major successes in this area is considered to be establishment of the Frontex agency, which helps EU Member States and Schengen associated countries manage their external borders and harmonise EU border control.
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