Council Update on the implementation of the Common Framework for genuine and practical solidarity towards Member States facing particular pressures on their asylum systems including through mixed migration flows

Friday, October 4, 2013

The document sets out what has happened since 8 March 2012 when the Council approved Council Conclusions on a common framework for solidarity mechanisms. It also states that the Commission has announced that it will invite Member States’ experts to a meeting on solidarity issues in January 2013. The objective of this meeting will be to prepare the solidarity part of the next Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum, in particular by collecting information about Member States’ needs and achievements.

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