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Schinas: The Time Has Come for Solidarity in Migration

BRUSSELS — "The time has come for solidarity in the migration issue to become reality. The time has come for the European Commission's proposal to become a decision" stated EU vice president Margaritis Schinas on Saturday.

Arriving on Saturday at the Interior and Migration Ministers of the European Mediterranean countries, Italy, Greece, Spain, Malta and Cyprus, conference MED5 that is held at an Attica southern suburb, Schinas spoke of "a major European decision, now that the condition and the management are at a better point than they were five years ago but also to be ready, just in case.

"The solidarity in the migration issue requires the strong protection of EU's external borders and also new dynamic agreements with third countries.

 

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