EU ministers' meeting on migration ends without concrete results

The EU’s foreign and home affairs ministers convened on Monday in search for some common ground on a future migration pact – but failed to produce any tangible results or progress. The 27 EU countries are at loggerheads over how to manage migration into the bloc, including who should deal with asylum applications and how to pursue non-EU countries to take back migrants that the bloc deems ineligible to stay. The European Commission presented a proposal for a migration pact in September, but there have been no concrete moves towards turning it into law so far. EU members with external borders a…

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