RIGA - Latvia believes that the European Union (EU) should have an unrushed discussion on a common political understanding of European migration and asylum issues.
The government today reviewed a report from the Ministry of the Interior on the issues of the agenda of the upcoming informal videoconference meeting of EU interior ministers on November 13.
The report explains that on September 23, the European Commission (EC) revealed the new Pact on Migration and Asylum - a policy statement outlining common principles for a new, sustainable framework for E...
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