Juncker has vowed to protect free movement of people in Europe, disregarding the recent terror attacks.
President of the European Union Jean-Claude Junker is vowing to fully protect the free movement of people within the European Union. He has described free movement as “Inviolable” and “not a luxury”
Asked on French TV if the concept was something Europe could “no longer permit”, the 61-year-old said: “It’s not a luxury.
“It’s one of the four fundamental freedoms of the treaty of Rome.
“It’s an inviolable principle.”
Instead the Luxembourger said he “expected a better response from member states regarding the exchange of information between police and intelligence services”.
Junker’s comments come just hours after a Syrian man blew himself up in a terror related incident in Germany.