Two days of intense processes of European Ministry of Foreign Affairs for asylum and immigration
Two days of intense processes and consultations between European Interior Ministers for discussion and conclusion on the new European policy on asylum and immigration begin today, with Cyprus demanding solidarity and a fair redistribution of migratory flows.
According to an announcement by the Ministry of Interior, the processes start with teleconferences of the five frontline countries of Cyprus, Greece, Malta, Italy and Spain with the competent Commissioners, followed by a teleconference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the European People's Party. members.
Cyprus demands solidarity and a fair redistribution of migratory flows, flexibility of actions and actions in times of crisis, central negotiation with third countries by the EU itself and clear implementation by Turkey of its declaration with the EU on the retention of migrants in its territory.