The European press publish about considerable amount of refugees who come to Europe every day. Of course, this is of concern to indigenous Europeans, who fear the negative consequences of the influx of foreigners from countries where there are conflicts. The European Union will seek to limit the number of migrants in different ways: visa restrictions, increased control in the border areas, taking preventive measures etc. However, unfortunately this does not make result.
Obviously, the problem lies in the legal background, and therefore we can say that it also included questions of legal argumentation. The legal reasoning important in this context, on the grounds that we are again talking about the aims of law. The legal arguments – is the balance of the public interest in favor of human rights. On the one hand we can speak about the protection of the rights of refugees and other persons who are forced to leave their own territory through armed conflict. On the other hand, we must not forget about the security of Europeans.
The solution to this problem lies in the framewof legal principles and values. In this context, we should talk about so-called “cultural arguments” and “cultural migration”. If the migration will be accompanied by a reasonable and systematic way, it will certainly have a positive impact on adequate way of assimilation of migrants. Otherwise, the necessary measures for enhanced protection of human rights in Europe.