Leaders of Germany, Spain pledge united entrance on migration

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) – The leaders of Germany and Spain are bolstering a shared strategy to immigration into the European Union amid rising populist opposition to taking in additional asylum-seekers.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, assembly Saturday at a rustic property in Andalusia, advocated a “fair distribution” of migrants. They stated they may promote their frequent imaginative and prescient at an EU summit subsequent month in Austria.

The two leaders had beforehand agreed to a deal wherein Spain will take again migrants already registered there who attempt to enter Germany by way of Austria. That settlement took impact Saturday.

Merkel has been searching for bilateral agreements with Spain, Greece and Italy to cease “secondary” migration to Germany, a difficulty that almost took down her authorities. Negotiations with Greece and Italy are ongoing.

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