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Flexible solidarity on migration – what can we expect from Visegrad?

By Milan Nič and Alena Kudzko. Photo: FrontexWith the number of migrants and refugees knocking on Europe’s door relatively contained, there is now a sense of relief at the EU political level. This fact was demonstrated at the recent European Council of 20-21 October 2016, which was dominated by other relevant issues, including the trade deal with Canada, itself marked by the threatened veto from Wallonia, and a debate on relations with Russia. An extended debate on the EU’s strategy on migration also took place at the summit but no new decisions were taken. In their conclusions, EU leaders confirmed …read more

Source: The Central European Policy Institute

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