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The article considers one of Europe's most pressing and unresolved issues, such as the migration. The author analyzes the attitude towards migration and the main provisions of the programs and positions of the leading parties in Europe, using the example of Austria, Germany and France, and considers adoption of stabilization measures in refugee countries and the introduction of a single migration regime, which is not exhaustive for all states. Abstract. This article is devoted to thedoi:10.31171/vlast.v28i1.7089 fatcat:xpkgoopxu5f7pbwcmmmajazyji