indraught

indraught

(ˈɪnˌdrɑːft) or

indraft

n
1. the act of drawing or pulling in
2. (General Physics) an inward flow, esp of air
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Europolitics has learned that 15 to 20 EU countries are opposed - led by France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Austria - which fear an indraught of illegal immigration.
Barrot rejected the danger of "an indraught of illegal immigration" often held up by member states when it comes to taking action at EU level.
Jacques Barrot assured countries like Austria, which have voiced concerns about creating an immigration indraught', that "their number will remain acceptable if Europe shows its solidarity".