quinta-feira, 27 de agosto de 2015

Migratory crisis promises to dominate EU-Western Balkans meeting

The refugee crisis will dominate the meeting this Thursday in Vienna, between the European Union and the leaders of the Western Balkan countries.

The Serbian Prime Minister asked a Brussels plan to stem the flow of migrants in the region, ensuring that you're not going to close the borders.

In parallel, countries like Hungary threaten to resort to force to strengthen controls at the border, after Budapest have used tear gas to prevent hundreds of people from a refugee Center.

The German Chancellor, who will preside over the meeting in Vienna, visited this Wednesday at the refugee Center of Heidenau near Dresden to appeal for solidarity and condemn intolerance.

A visit during which Merkel was booed by several right-wing supporters that play there are several days protests against the installation of migrants in the city.

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