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28 June 2018, 12:31 | Tara Lloyd
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Sunday's mini-summit was called by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker who billed it as an "informal working meeting" in advance of an important EU summit on migration policy scheduled for June 28 and 29. But they can not agree on how to share out those asylum seekers who make it.
Meanwhile, Ms Merkel enjoyed a lead over hard-liners in a popularity poll in Bavaria, suggesting she still has room to manoeuvre in a government rift over border security. "Every time we have betrayed our values we have created the worst", he said.
"UNHCR is now preparing a proposal in this respect, together with the International Organization for Migration, which we will share with you shortly", Grandi said in his letter, dated June 18 and seen by Reuters on Tuesday.
The initiative still poses legal, security and rights challenges but European Union leaders now want the two U.N. bodies - the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) - to make a proposal and run such sites in the future with European Union money.
Since 2015, migration has decided elections across the bloc from Italy to Hungary, with voters favoring a tougher stance. "When someone has the right to protection and asylum, we should grant it".
Macron has infuriated Italy by accusing it of "irresponsibility" for turning away migrant vessels and denouncing the "leprosy" of rising populism.
Rome has started turning away ships with migrants rescued at sea, saying it should not be the sole European Union entry point.
The crisis will either be defused or reach an ugly finale in coming days, which Bild and other media have dubbed the "Endgame".
In Italy, the new populist government caused a fight with Malta and France over who should take responsibility for 630 people rescued from the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya, the main departure point for people trying to reach Europe.
Another challenge is finding a state that would want to host such centers.
"A European solution means throwing more German money at things". At the summit Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte supported France's suggestion to issue sanctions against countries rejecting their quotas of immigrants.
"But we will always have legitimate asylum seekers who are entitled to our help".
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Sixteen EU leaders are to meet to address the thorny issue of how the EU can tackle the renewed influx of migrants and refugees seeking a new life in Europe.
Late Friday and into Saturday morning, Spanish authorities rescued 569 migrants, thought to be mainly from North Africa, after they crossed the Mediterranean in leaky dinghies, a makeshift wooden raft, and a canoe. Now backed by Austria, they want to end any further discussion on rules for sharing them out across the bloc.
Many now agree with the need to close borders to potential refugees by externalizing the issue to other countries, in the same way they have done with Turkey, Libya and other African countries.
European Union leaders will hold a summit later this week to discuss more measures to curb arrival numbers, including by tightening external borders and giving more aid to countries from Turkey to Libya to help them prevent people from setting sail for Europe.
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