The consequences of the European Union continued lack of support for the migrants arriving by the Mediterranean Sea will result in "a loss for the EU" and not for Italy, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi warned in Rome on Monday. Speaking at a joint press conference with the Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, Renzi insisted that the European Union cannot simply focus on "economic and budgetary constrains" but cause people to die by closing its border or turning a blind eye. However, he added, if the EU is not prepared to act adequately then "Italy is ready to face the issue.: He stated that Italy has "saved hundreds and hundreds of lives in the Mediterranean Sea and we'll continue doing so because civility and values are not renounceable elements to us." The prime minister's warning comes as Italy and France are currently involved in a dispute, which has left hundreds of migrants stranded at the Italian-French border. The migrants do not wish to stay in Italy, but France refuses to open its borders, citing EU regulations.
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