NewsMay – Refugees

EU refugee crisis: Members of European Parliament accuse national governments of dragging their feet on the relocation of refugees

The plight of migrants risking their lives to cross the Mediterranean has shaken Europe to the core in recent years. With frontline countries such as Greece and Italy affected the most, relocation is one way to share the burden. Ahead of a September deadline for the relocation of 160,000 asylum seekers from Greece and Italy to other EU countries, today MEPs accused national governments of dragging their feet on refugee transfers. MEPs voted on a resolution on relocation on 18th May.

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