valletta - The first day of the summit between European and African leaders on migration issues in the Maltese Valletta is over. Thursday 's consultations with more than sixty political leaders further. The EU hopes to Africa to make arrangements to stop the flow of migrants from the continent, in order to offer Africans own perspective in the country and to get the country so far no right to protection of refugees and asylum have returned to record.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte said that the atmosphere during the first day of the meeting was good. He's sitting next to the President of Niger, Mahamadou Issoufou. Government leaders sit at long conference tables where they need to follow through video screens who is speaking. " Then you talk soon with your neighbor. "
Day two begins in the morning at 09. 00 hours by signing and establishment of the Africa Fund with 1.8 billion euros of European money to help Africa economically.
The final press conference is scheduled for 13 to 30 hours. After that it is not over for the European leaders. EU Minister Donald Tusk has inserted an extra meeting. There, too, the theme is migration, but specifically about the plan with Turkey. Since summer is the main route of the refugees via Turkey and the Balkans to Europe.
It is possible for the EU to rapidly organize a summit with Turkey. What concerns Rutte comes to top it " ", as soon as possible, possibly even December. " It is in their and in our interest to help stop the flow of migrants precisely with Turkey make arrangements. "
The extra EU summit Thursday late British Prime Minister David Cameron to take its course. Cameron has Rutte asked for him and Britain to do the honors.