Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Concerns of terrorist infiltration are regularly cited as grounds for the tight control of borders.
That means control of borders, the ability to make treaties, and to import arms from Iraq and by sea from Iran.
Any objective observer can see what will play out from forcing Israel to allow Palestinian control of borders without Israeli oversight.
Profiling is already now used in numerous areas ranging from keeping the peace to administrative and customs control of borders, and also the fight against terrorism.
Israel maintains minimal interference (retaining control of borders: air, sea beyond internal waters, land) in the Gaza strip and maximum in "Area C".
The second condition for Serbia is the control of borders with Kosovo and cooperation with EULEX, and thirdly, the drafting of a national strategy on migration.
Much of Gaza's fury remains directed at Israel, whose strict control of borders and trade has amounted to a choke hold on an economy where unemployment has doubled since the Palestinians came to power.
On the contrary, the vote must encourage this future Member State to work twice as hard and to accelerate reforms, particularly in the fight against corruption, the defence of civil rights, the protection of ethnic minorities and the control of borders.
I hope that it will use this opportunity to improve its legal system, to train judges and prosecutors, to improve law enforcement and the prosecution of crime, the control of borders at sea and on land and cooperation between police forces.
The Group of the European People's Party, to which I belong, has always defended the principle of the freedom of movement of individuals, following the principle that rules and common procedures regarding visas, residence permits and the control of borders must form part of the full Schengen concept.
Israel's army Chief of Staff, Lieut. Gen. Ehud Barak, added his voice today to those who say the negotiations are not likely to be completed in time because of differences over control of borders, security for settlers and the size of one of the first autonomous regions, the West Bank town of Jericho.
I honestly believe that the best solution would be to return to a more all-round situation in which the Palestinian Authority had control of borders and there was free movement of goods and people; not only for humanitarian aid but also for economic development and trade, which are necessary in order for genuine progress to be made.