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On the eve of a summit for leading European countries to discuss the challenges facing their citizens after Donald Trump’s victory on November 8, leaders from 11 countries pledged to engage more aggressively with immigrants and refugees in their countries and vowed to build a stronger safety net for them.
The leaders of Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Romania, Austria, France, Italy, Spain and Bulgaria pledged that, under their policies, they would provide legal and safe access to refugees or asylum seekers. A few days after the conference, the European Council agreed to increase its spending on helping refugees and asylum seekers, to €40m a year by 2022 from £40m today. “It is crucial that we maintain the momentum and create a long-term consensus for action in the migration issue,” the leaders of France and Germany said, after talks in Brussels on Tuesday.
There is also growing resistance from some member states to boosting spending on asylum, particularly in the former Soviet states where Russia has been providing refugees with money to support their journeys home.
The summit came against a backdrop of bitter political and diplomatic fighting between Hungary and Slovenia, two Balkan countries that Hungary has accused of trying to “destroy” the country. Both countries voted to become part of the European Union on 5 October last year and Hungary’s president, Viktor Orban, recently accused Slovenia of having links with jihadists, but has warned it will stop paying refugees if it feels thr바카라사이트eatened by them.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest A young refugee at the central train station in Budapest, Hungary. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Getty Images
In the coming days, it is expected that more than 100 countries are likely to launch similar initiatives, with many arguing that it is better to focus on tackling problems that are more immediate than the bigger social problems of migration and refugees.
However, for the more immediate concerns, this is more than a mere technical issue. If the world fails to adopt the vision of the Paris summit, then it is unlikely the international community will be able to stem the flow of migrants or refugees in the future, which could bring the world further down a dangerous path.
T우리카지노he summit came amid a row over a separate draft plan developed by the Obama administration to speed up the resettlement of Syrian refugees and also to reduce the size of some Muslim-majority nations. At the same time, countries that were previously reluctant to offer refugees or refugees in return for help to those fleeing violence in the Middl