Mediterranean Migration Talks in Paris


On Monday, European and African leaders met in Paris to discuss their plans to reduce migration across the Mediterranean.  European leaders from France, Germany, Italy and Spain met with the heads of state from Libya, Niger and Chad to try and formulate a new policy on curbing migration. After the meeting Macron summarised the main talking points of the meeting as stopping smugglers, stabilising Libya and increasing aid to transit countries. It is understood that Macron also wants asylum requests to be dealt with in the African states to try and decrease the numbers crossing the Mediterranean. 

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