Commission: 9th report on relocation and resettlement
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Press release: Relocation and Resettlement: Member States need to build on encouraging results (pdf):
"Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos said: "The past months have seen progress on both relocation and resettlement....
However, significantly increased commitment and delivery is still needed from other Member States, in particular those who still have not started to carry out relocations at all."
Comment: The targets for relocation within the EU were set in September 2015 and are still way off being met and only a minority of Member States are regularly taking part. Moreover the new monthly targets for relocation from Greece and Italy are not being met with refugees continue to arrive.
Ninth report on relocation and resettlement (COM 74-17, pdf)
Annex 1: Greece (pdf)
Annex 2: Italy (pdf)
Annex 3: Resettlement (pdf)
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