Ministers agree warning mechanism for migration surges

Greek asylum situation "still worrying", say ministers.

European Union home affairs ministers have agreed to develop an early-warning system for migration emergencies as part of a set of measures to strengthen solidarity among member states. At a meeting in Brussels today (8 March), the ministers decided to set up a mechanism for early warning, preparedness and crisis management that would help individual member states cope with sudden increases in the number of asylum-seekers.

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