BERLIN (AP) — A German Interior Ministry spokesperson says the top of the European Union’s border company has supplied to resign after allegations that Frontex was concerned in unlawful pushbacks of migrants.
The ministry spokesperson, Maximilian Kall, stated on Friday that the board of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, often known as Frontex, was assembly to contemplate the state of affairs.
The board’s resolution on whether or not to simply accept Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri’s resignation has not but been introduced.
“I can affirm that he has supplied the board of Frontex his resignation,” Kall advised reporters in Berlin.
Kall stated changing Leggeri would provide a chance for a “fresh start” at Frontex.
The Associated Press