EU to propose relocating 40,000 ‘refugees’ from Italy, Greece

The illustration Reuters chose: note the headscarf and baby. There are millions more where they came from.

The European Commission is set to propose next week that 40,000 asylum seekers invaders who have arrived by boat in Italy and Greece should be relocated across the continent in response to what it considers an emergency situation in both countries.

The proposal, revealed to Reuters by an EU source familiar with a draft, follows plans announced last week for the European Union to take in 20,000 asylum-seekers invaders currently living outside the bloc.

The Commission has also set a quota system, based on a country’s size and economic health, for those resettled migrants invaders as well as for those relocated within the EU.

The EU measure is due to be finalised on Wednesday and would need majority support from EU nations expecting to take in some of the migrants invaders…

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