Migration top: countries will, if necessary, cooperate in groups

Migration top: countries will, if necessary, cooperate in groups

World June 24, 2018 19:42

brussels - The consultation in Brussels to find European solutions to the political migration and asylum problems did not lead to a breakthrough, but afterwards there were positive voices. The sixteen EU heads of government who were present agreed that Member States would try to relieve groups of people or groups in Italy and to prevent the arrival of asylum seekers through Europe.

There was a lot of goodwill to move forward, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel. 'We all agree that we want to reduce illegal migration, protect our borders and we are all responsible for all issues. '

According to Merkel, there was agreement to conclude more deals with African countries to ensure that fewer people make the crossing to Europe. The government leaders of Spain, Malta and Belgium also expressed hope.

Partly due to the absence of 'asylum-refusing' countries such as Poland and Hungary, the expectations in advance were not high.

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