EU to propose 120,000 migrants to be distributed among EU members
Sept.9, London: European Union is soon to announce plans to deal with the migrant crisis. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will make the proposal to distribute 120,000 migrants among the EU member state with binding quotas.
As thousands of Syrian migrants are travelling to Europe to escape the conflict in Syria, EU deliberately needs a plan to deal with the escalating crisis. The migrant crisis is the largest since the World War II that Europe has to deal.
In the latest development, Hungary is expected to have additional 40,000 migrants by the end of next week as it is key entry point to enter to other European countries.
UNHCR has urged Hungary to improve the registration and reception procedures.
The Oslo Times