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refugee_crisis_Europe_aThis week’s EU-Turkey summit which aimed to reach a comprehensive deal on tackling the refugee crisis is to be debated by MEPs on Wednesday morning (9 March) from 9.00 CET. With some 132,000 people having entered Europe by sea in the first two months of 2016, efforts to address the influx include a proposal that for each Syrian readmitted by Turkey from Greece’s islands, another recognized Syrian refugee will be resettled in the EU. MEPs will also voice their expectations for next week’s EU summit.

Prijedlozi navedeni u this week’s EU-Turkey summit predviđaju preseljenju sirijskog iz Turske u zemlje EU za svaku Sirijski ponovno primljen od strane Turske s grčkim otocima.

Naslov u svojoj šestoj godini, sukob u Siriji has resulted in the world’s largest humanitarian disaster since World War II. Some 6.5 million people have been internally displaced while 4.7 million more have been forced to flee to neighbouring countries.

Turska i Izbjeglička kriza

As home to the world’s largest refugee population, Turkey plays a crucial role in solving the crisis. Not only is it hosting close to three million refugees but additionally most of the one million who reached the EU by sea last year passed through the country.

Od ostalih prijedlozi discussed at this week’s EU-Turkey summit are visa liberalization for Turkish citizens in the EU and an acceleration of talks on EU membership for the country. The proposals tabled also include more funding to help Turkey deal with the refugee influx, in addition to the €3 billion already promised by the EU. A final decision on the proposals will be taken at the EU summit of heads of government scheduled for 17-18 March.

EP President Martin Schulz met on 7 March with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu as well as Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, and Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission. Afterwards he said: “This is not a one-way street, Turkey needs the EU and the EU needs Turkey. Europe is confronting an unprecedented refugee and migration crisis. But this is also true for Turkey, and our cooperation is essential on this.”

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On the issue of visa liberalization for Turks, Schulz said: “The Parliament as co-legislator is ready to play its role to the maximum to contribute to a successful outcome in the coming months.” He noted, however, Parliament’s alarm at developments concerning press freedom in Turkey and said that the country’s accession path and the refugee crisis should be dealt with separately.

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MEPs will share their views on the proposals outlined at this week’s summit during a keynote plenary debate on Srijeda 9 ožujka od 9.00 CET, Tijekom rasprave zastupnici EP će također izraziti svoja očekivanja uoči sastanka šefova vlada na 17-18 ožujka. Također sudjeluje u raspravi su Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, što predstavlja nizozemsku predsjedatelja Vijeća, te Valdis Dombrovskis, potpredsjednica Europske komisije

Kontakt 13.5 milijuna Sirijaca thought to be in need of humanitarian assistance, the conflict and the ensuing refugee crisis have been at the top of Parliament’s agenda for quite some time. Parliament has repeatedly called for more efforts to prevent further loss of life at sea and for EU countries to assume their fair share of responsibility and solidarity towards those member states receiving most of the refugees.

Korištenje električnih romobila ističe Najnoviji podaci Agencije za izbjeglice UN-a show that nearly 132,000 people crossed the Mediterranean in the first two months of 2016, with 123,000 landing in Greece. 410 lives were lost crossing the Mediterranean in January and February alone. Meanwhile some 13,000 refugees are marooned at Greece’s border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

Parliament dedicated this year’s Međunarodni Dan Žena na 8 ožujka do ženskih izbjeglica. Obraćajući zastupnika u Europskom parlamentu ovog tjedna, Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, said that women refugees travelling alone, pregnant or with children have outnumbered men since the start of 2016. He also noted that this was “the time to reaffirm the values upon which Europe was built”.

Dva izaslanstva zastupnika putovao u Tursku u veljači kako bi zadovoljili neke od onih čiji su životi bili devastirani od strane sirijskog sukoba i vidjeti kako su turske vlasti su rukovanje neusporediv priljev. Članovi pohvalio turske napore kako bi osigurao sklonište, hranu, zdravstvenu zaštitu i obrazovanje u izbjegličkim kampovima. Međutim, oni su naglasili da što manje 10% od sirijskih izbjeglica u Turskoj zapravo žive u kampovima.

Pratite raspravu u parlamentu od 9.00 CET na 9 ožujka.

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