EU gives fresh push to stalled migration pact

[11-06-2022 08:53 AM]

Ammon News - The European Union appears to be closer than ever to reforming its migration system as home affairs ministers achieved "major progress" in the negotiations around a long-stalled pact on migration and asylum.

"Support by a large majority for two regulations to strengthen the protection of EU borders and for a solidarity mechanism to help Member States under strong pressure," said Ylva Johansson, the European home affairs commissioner.

It was not immediately clear which countries were outside the "large majority" support.

Ministers met in Luxembourg on Friday to give the final push to the migration pact, one of the top priorities of the French presidency of the EU Council.

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