The head of the European Parliament Committee on foreign Affairs Elmar Brok called migration crisis in Europe, the largest since the Second world war. According to his statement, the EU remains on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe.
Hearings in the European Parliament related to the migration crisis in Europe, has opened an alarming statement. "We are on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe", - quotes RIA Novosti the Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on foreign Affairs Elmar Brok.
On Monday 14 September, there was an emergency meeting in Brussels, where the Ministers of internal Affairs of EU member States came to an agreement about how within 2 years across the States of Europe 34 thousand to 40 thousand refugees who arrived in Italy and Greece. The European Commission insists on taking another 120 thousand migrants on the basis of an integral quotas. But while Ministers consider it unrealistic.
The final decision on the fate of thousands of refugees in Europe should take the Council of the EU home Affairs on 8 October in Luxembourg. If Ministers and there will be hard to agree, the last word will be for "qualified majority", when the big powers of the EU have the largest number of votes.
As we were informed Days.Roux, from the beginning of 2015 came to Europe about 500 thousand refugees fleeing war-torn countries of the Middle East and Africa. The difficulties of the European Union, meanwhile, strained as a result of growing tensions between the Europeans. Part 1 is willing to accept more refugees and to help all to reach the region to settlers. The second fear of financial difficulties, crime and cultural clashes, the result of thousands of workers and urged the government austerity measures.
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