DescriptionThe EU is increasing control in Schengen.The EU announced that it would subject the entries and exits in the Schengen area to more stringent testing, and that the data would be recorded.The European Union (EU) has agreed on the establishment of a system for border check-in and check-out in the Schengen region of 26 countries.In the written statement of the Council of the EU, it was reported that consensus was reached on the establishment of the "Entry-Exit System" at the meeting of the ambassadors of the member states.It was announced that the new system would gather information on why third-country nationals were not allowed to enter, exit and enter the Schengen area. It was stated that the system will record the identity, travel documents and biometric data of the entrants and that this information will be easily accessible from national networks.It was reported that the information of those who exceeded the allowed stay will be recorded for 5 years in the system and 3 years for others.The information in the system will be accessible to the authorities of the border and visa control and the authorities of the Member States, and the European Police Service (Europol) will have access to the system for the prevention and examination of terrorist attacks.In the description, it was noted that this system would reduce delays at border controls, automatically determine how long the logged-in people will stay, and make it easier to identify those who have expired.Will contribute to the fight against terrorismIt was stated that the system would provide information to the security forces regarding the travel records, thereby contributing to internal security and fighting terrorism."The entry-exit system is one of the efforts to strengthen the external borders of the EU, and we will be able to better control the immigration flow, which will help me cope with the threat of terrorism, especially by detecting deadlines," said Michael Farrugia, Minister of Internal Affairs and National Security, . " .The decision needs to be approved by the Council of the European Union (EU). The decision will be presented to the European Parliament for approval by the Council.