Rescale 미팅 예약


서부 발칸 반도 루트 지도자 회의 이후 진행 상황: 연락처 화상 회의




On 29 October, a first video conference was held between the contact points (see Annex) nominated after the Western Balkans Route Leaders’ Meeting. The objective was to follow up on the agreement reached in the early hours of 월요일 morning (26 October) and set out in the leaders’ statement. Senior officials from the countries and agencies present at the meeting provided updates on actions taken in the three days since the Leaders’ Meeting.

  • The Greek Government reported on their planning for the delivery of 50,000 reception places in Greece before the end of the year, including 20,000 through host family and rent subsidy arrangements in cooperation with the UNHCR (Leaders’ Statement Point 5).
  • Other countries notified the reception capacities they can immediately put in place in view of reaching the additional 50,000 reception places along the Western Balkans route by the end of the year (Leaders’ Statement Point 6):

o 오스트리아는 5,000을 약속했습니다.

o 세르비아는 3,000을 약속했습니다.

o 크로아티아는 2,000을 약속했습니다.

o 슬로베니아는 2,000을 약속했습니다.

이로써 지금까지 약속된 총 장소는 12,000개가 되었습니다.

  • Slovenia updated the group on the deployment of 400 police officers in Slovenia (Leaders’ Statement Point 13). So far, countries have pledged a total of 183 officers, with 13 already deployed in the country and 30 on their way.
  • Contact points agreed on a methodology for daily coordination of information flows, with the Commission and Frontex to centralise the data submitted by the contact points in a table which will cover in particular the size of the flows, points of entry and expected points of exit (Leaders’ Statement Point 1). This information will be exchanged as of 내일 아침.
  • Frontex informed the group that it has today sent letters to the national Frontex points of contact in Greece, Bulgaria, Hungary and Croatia, and to the Interior Ministers of Croatia and Greece to follow up on the commitment to upscale Operation Poseidon and to reinforce Frontex support at the Bulgarian-Turkish border, at the Croatian-Serbian border and to support registration in Greece at its external land borders (Leaders’ Statement Point 13). The letters outline how Frontex envisages to provide that support and now require feedback and agreement from the national authorities.
  • 연락 지점은 위원회가 다음을 위한 정보를 수집할 수 있도록 가능한 한 빨리 필요 평가를 제출하기로 합의했습니다. 11월 4 (Leaders’ Statement Point 1).
  • The Commission informed the group that yesterday it held a video conference call with international financial institutions (European Investment Bank, Council of Europe Development Bank, World Bank, International Monetary Fund) to explore how they can support the expansion of reception facilities along the Western Balkans Route (Leaders’ Statement Point 7). The meeting identified the Council of Europe Development Bank as the best placed to contribute, since it is able to operate both within and outside the European Union, is able to offer grants rather than loans and has a dedicated migrant and refugee fund. The Commission will now start organising joint missions with the Council of Europe Development Bank to the relevant countries to operationalize this support. The Commission will continue work with the other institutions on medium and long term financial support.

In addition, the Commission as of today and in view of the urgency of the situation, has moved up its internal co-ordination mechanism (ARGUS – General Rapid Alert System) – which allows for a rapid and coordinated Commission response with accelerated decision-making processes – in place since weeks, to the next phase. This means that meetings involving all relevant actors across the Commission will now take place on a daily basis, including over the weekends and public holidays.


이 그룹은 매주 화상 회의를 위해 다시 모일 것이며, 그 동안 이민 흐름을 다루고 유럽에서 망명을 원하는 사람들의 인도적인 대우를 보장하기 위해 완전한 의사소통, 조정 및 협력을 보장하기 위해 양자 접촉을 계속할 것입니다. 다음 화상회의는 다음 시간에 개최됩니다. 수요일 4 11 월호.

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