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News Alert - 23-10-2013
European Council (24-25 October): extracts from the press conference and statement by Martin SCHULZ, EP President
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Parliament will set out its priorities for the 24-25 October summit in a key debate with the Commission and the Council Presidency. One of the main topics at the summit will be migration and the tragic accidents off the EU's Mediterranean coasts. At a debate last session, MEPs stressed that the influx of migrants is a challenge not only for one particular country but for the whole EU. At the upcoming session they will vote a resolution.

Press release:

Migration: EU must act to prevent further tragedies, says Parliament

MEPs set out their priorities ahead of European Council Summit


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