Warning: file_put_contents(/srv/users/serverpilot/apps/bitupdateus/public/wp-content/plugins/bulk-post-0.4-1/cache/sessions//p3gbKn89rSNGabvnLVsiGhTUCgnLIOS8kSUhsQYW): failed to open stream: No space left on device in /srv/users/serverpilot/apps/bitupdateus/public/wp-content/plugins/stupidpie-1.8.3-1/vendor/illuminate/filesystem/Filesystem.php on line 122
  EU summit: EU member states continue to fight over refugee policy – World | Bit Updates
Home » bitcoin updates » EU summit: EU member states continue to fight over refugee policy – World

EU summit: EU member states continue to fight over refugee policy – World

Saturday, December 16th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

About three hours of discussions at the summit dinner were not enough to dispel the dispute over a common refugee policy of the 27 EU Member States. When Chancellor Angela Merkel left the council building on Friday morning shortly after midnight, she stated: "Here, the positions have not changed." Until the summer, when a reform of the non-functioning Dublin system for the distribution of refugees within the EU should be, was "a lot more work to do". The Chancellor continues to give EU Council President Donald Tusk Kontra, who had described the compulsory quotas for receiving migrants as "divisive" for the EU and in the case as "ineffective". Angela Merkel said: "I do not agree with the simple statement that the regulations that we have adopted so far do not work." EU remains committed to the two-state solution EU foreign policy has become more consensual. In the Ukraine conflict, EU leaders are unanimous in calling for sanctions against Russia to be extended in January. And in the Middle East conflict, everyone agrees that the EU remains committed to the two-state solution. The future status of Jerusalem can only be decided in negotiations, in which both sides, ie Palestinians and Israelis, are involved. The summit formally contradicts US President Donald Trump, who unilaterally recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and wants the US embassy to move there. The extent to which solidarity works is not only controversial among the Member States when it comes to immigration. Ultimately, this is what the reform of the Eurozone is all about. Only with a different sign: While the Federal Government urges solidarity between Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary on the refugee issue, the inclination in Berlin is less pronounced to grant it when it comes to state budgets and social security systems. Macron's plans blocked for the time beingThe first Eurozone summit in the EU since the height of the Greek crisis in 2015 is delivering rather meager results. The French President Emmanuel Macron, who had demanded his own budget for the euro zone of several hundred billion euros, was shocked. The EU Commission's push to create an EU finance minister under its roof, who will also be head of the Euro Group, is not very enthusiastic about the heads of state and government.

The summit was satisfied with manageable work assignments to the finance ministers: the banking union should be pushed ahead. For this purpose, an emergency buffer should be created should the bank funds not be sufficient for bank failures. Undisputed is also the further development of the euro rescue fund ESM to a European Monetary Fund. The results of the reform of the euro zone are also so sparse, because the executive government in Berlin is not capable of speaking. Merkel can not commit herself so as not to entrap the SPD in possible coalition talks. After all, Merkel and Macron jointly announce after the summit, until March to align the German and French plans for reform of the euro zone. Merkel says: "I want it, and where there is a will, there is also a way." With this announcement, she indirectly also sets an ultimatum for the talks with the SPD in Berlin: By March she wants to have completed the formation of a government in Berlin .Neuer anger in the Brexit negotiations? Content Merkel and Macron do not commit themselves. Merkel points out that in all fundamental decisions, such as the founding of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Stability Pact, the ideas of France and Germany were always far apart: "It has always been a struggle for the right path, but the result is always one good result." And Macron makes it clear that he is willing to compromise: "I have clearly said what France wants, now I am open to dialogue." As expected, the summit gives the green light for the next phase of the Brexit negotiations. The summit document states: "The progress in the negotiations is sufficient." The next two-year transitional phase will be negotiated, in which the United Kingdom will remain in the Customs Union and in the Internal Market at the end of March 2019 following the formal withdrawal from the EU want. In addition, talks will begin on what the future relationship between Brussels and London will look like when the divorce is complete. Ahead of the summit were statements by Britain's Brexit minister David Davis, who questioned parts of the previous week's agreement between London and Brussels. The summit responded to that. The document states that progress can only be made in the second phase of the negotiations if the agreement in the first phase is respected. An EU diplomat calls this: "So our decision is Davis-sure", for annoyance.


Bitcoin: Thieves steal in

 According to the police in Iceland, it is the largest theft series in

State-owned clinics in Be

The supervisory board chief of the state-owned Vivantes-Kliniken, Peter Zühlsdorff, resigned his office

"Harvey" rages

It just does not stop. After the "Harvey" cyclone raged as much rain

Online platform Airbnb an

                         (Picture: dpa, Jens Kalaene / Symbol picture)                                            Globally,