“There is no European spirit when it comes to the issue of migration”

The former Italian Prime Minister, who launched sea rescue operations in 2013, is calling for the European Union to move forward on the migration issue. He recommends a “new courageous attitude”.

|   23/01/2018                         |   Letta Enrico             |   Europe in the world

Italian Prime Minister from April 2013 to February 2014, Enrico Letta is currently Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) at SciencesPo and President of the Jacques Delors Institute. A committed European, he set up the “Mare Nostrum” operation in October 2013 to rescue refugees in the Mediterranean. He is calling for the European Union to make migration a priority issue. A theme which he also discusses in Faire l’Europe dans un monde de brutes (Fayard, 2017), written with Sébastien Maillard, Director of the Institute.