By Euro Weekly News Media • 22 September 2015 • 10:26
EUROPEAN UNION ministers are in dispute on how to relocate 120,000 asylum seekers who have recently arrived in Europe.
In the past few months it has been said that more than a quarter of a million migrants have arrived in July and August and it is expected to rise to one million this year.
Hungary has stated that European borders are under threat and that the arrival of migrants has created a divide within the EU.
Talks between Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic have indicated that the countries are “absolutely dedicated” to finding a solution for the migrants.
The leaders will all have to be in complete agreement and want to focus on longer term issues like border security and to provide aid to countries in the Middle East that are facing the brunt of the Syrian refugee crisis.
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