At least 200 North African Muslim illegal aliens were stranded in Ventimiglia, near the Italian-French border, after French customs closed the border, refusing to allow the invaders to enter for the fourth day in a row.
Many of waiting parasite wannabes have set up make-shift camps along the shoreline. They refuse to register with Italian authorities, because they are demanding to be sent to other parts of Europe where the welfare benefits are more generous. France says it is up to Italy to house them and assess their asylum claims, as they arrived in Italy by boat. In response, the invaders have organized sit-ins and taken up residence in railway stations an in the streets.
France and Italy are part of the EU’s Schengen zone, where border controls are minimal. But states can tighten border checks in exceptional circumstances, for example to deal with an unexpected migrant influx. Italy is struggling to cope with boatloads of illegal aliens arriving in unprecedented numbers from Libya.