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Adopt more secure ID cards, EU tells Italy (2)


Brussels, April 17 - European Home Affairs
Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos on Tuesday urged Italy to
adopt safer and more secure identity papers.
"Italy is one of the EU countries that still has paper
identity cards," he said in presenting a package of measures to
boost EU security.
"I'm not here to blame but to facilitate authorities.
"The countries that have less secure documents must come up
to par.
"With the challenge we have with foreign fighters returning
to Europe, it is no longer acceptable that over 88 million EU
citizens should use paper identity cards.
"We propose that in two years, all paper ID cards should be
scrapped, and that in five years all cards should carry
biometric data.
"No criminal or terrorist should any longer have a chance of
hiding behind forged identity cards".

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