Belgium: 'France will take no lessons from anyone' — Macron on migration issues

French President Emmanuel Macron claimed that his country «will take no lessons from anyone» concerning how to deal with migrant issues, during the informal European Union meeting on migration and asylum issues, in Brussels on Sunday. He added that in terms of migration «Europe and the European Union are going through a political crisis» stressing «we need some clear and simple ideas in order to... Еще solve this,» naming «values» as part these ideas. «The values of Europe are respect for human and individual rights and respect for the other States and their integrity,» concluded Macron. German Chancellor Angela Merkel emphasised the importance of cooperation in tackling both primary and secondary migration issues. «Here it is, on the one hand, about the primary migration, consequently, the refugees, the people who came from places outside of the European Union. And secondly, there is a question of secondary migration, which means how we treat one another fairly and honestly within the EU borders,» opined Merkel. EU leaders' current meeting is following Germany's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and Christian Social Union (CSU) coalition parties' dispute over the country's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer's masterplan for migration and is aiming to facilitate the possible solution of the issue.

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