EU TALKS FOCUS ON MIGRANT CRISIS

 EU TALKS FOCUS ON MIGRANT CRISIS

POLICY-master675European Council President, Donald Tusk, is due to visit Greece and Turkey as he tries to find a common approach to Europe’s worsening migration crisis.
Mr. Tusk has said reducing the number of migrants travelling from Turkey to the Greek islands is key to avoiding a humanitarian disaster.
More than 25,000 migrants are now stranded in Greece as border controls further north are tightened.
Migration is also due to be discussed at a United Kingdom-French summit today.
The British Prime Minister, David Cameron and French President Francois Hollande will hold talks in the French city of Amiens.
Counter-terrorism and conflicts in Libya and Syria are also expected to be on the agenda.
Authorities in the northern French port of Calais have been clearing part of a sprawling camp known as the Jungle, from where many migrants are trying to enter the UK illegally.
But Mr. Macron said an exit vote in the referendum could end a bilateral deal allowing the UK to vet new arrivals on French territory.

LTV

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