The Islamic factor in the immigration process of the European Union


  • Ivan L. Borodin National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Kateryna Yu. Vodolaskova National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Valentyn A. Bortnyk Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Anastasia A. Sukhodolska National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Veronika Yu. Oleshchenko National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine


Christian culture, European Union, immigrants, Islam, Muslims, nation, nationalism, Western Europe


The article attempts to draw attention to the fact that the future of Western Europe depends to a certain extent on the timely resolution of immigration problems related to Muslims. This article aims to make a contribution to the research of the issue concerning the future of the Western Europe immigration process, which depends to a certain extent on the timely resolution of immigration problems related to Muslims. The point is that immigration flows, especially from the Muslim world, from a sporadic phenomenon have become a constant factor and raised questions about the development and implementation of measures to adapt Muslim immigrants to new working, living and cultural conditions in their new countries, search decisions aimed at reducing the pressure of the demographic factor on the economic development of host countries, cooperation in respect of human rights.


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Borodin, I. L., Vodolaskova, K. Y., Bortnyk, V. A., Sukhodolska, A. A., & Oleshchenko, V. Y. (2021). The Islamic factor in the immigration process of the European Union. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S4), 1914-1924.



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