Rome Process fails to curb migration crisis, sparks backlash from EU and Africa

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The ambitious initiative launched by Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni to address the root causes of migration from Africa to Europe has been widely criticized as ineffective, unrealistic and counterproductive.

The Rome Process, which aimed to create a fund to finance development projects and support border controls in African countries, has failed to deliver on its promises and has provoked resentment from both European and African partners.

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