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Mini-Summit europeo. Trump, Putin, Xi. – Aljazeera.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-06-24.

Beuta 001Beuta da laboratorio. Strumento indispensabile per capire cosa stia succedendo.


Spesso si rivela di grande utilità leggere con attenzione come le persone non coinvolte commentano un fatto.

In modo molto significativo, Aljazeera menziona Mr Juncer solo una volta, quasi di sfuggita. Frau Merkel è citata sette volte e Mr Macron cinque. Mr Conte è stato citato due volte, così come Mr Salvini, che non partecipa a questo mini – summit.

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«Leaders of 16 European Union members are meeting in Brussels to discuss possible ways forward in a political crisis over migration which is causing deep rifts within the bloc»

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«Sunday’s mini-summit was called by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker who billed it as an “informal working meeting” ahead of an important EU summit on migration policy scheduled for June 28 and 29. »

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«The emergency meeting will be an opportunity for German Chancellor Angela Merkel to find possible solutions as she faces a domestic crisis, which is posing an existential threat to her three-months-old coalition government. »

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«Merkel came under pressure last week when her interior minister Horst Seehofer threatened to unilaterally implement an immigration “master plan” the chancellor is opposed to.»

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«She believes a measure in the policy to send migrants who have already registered elsewhere in the EU away at the German border goes against Europe’s open border agreement.»

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«She was also pessimistic about the prospects of finding consensus among all EU members.»

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«We know that no solution will be reached on Thursday and Friday at the level of the 28 member states … on the overall issue of migration»

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«Disagreement over how to reform European migration policy was rife among leaders in the days leading up to the summit.»

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«A main priority is reform of the Dublin regulation that determines that the state through which an asylum seeker enters the EU is the state responsible for their asylum application»

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«Redistribution of migrants through quotas received fierce opposition from some countries after it was first proposed in 2015»

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«Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte agreed to attend Sunday’s meeting only after Merkel had assured him a draft leaders’ statement prepared by the European Commission and circulated on Wednesday would be put aside»

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«On Saturday, Salvini called French President Emmanuel Macron “arrogant” and warned that France would not “transform Italy into Europe’s refugee camp”.»

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«On Thursday, Macron had said nationalism and anti-migrant sentiments were spreading in Europe like “leprosy”»

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Il cuore dell’articolo sembrerebbe essere questa frase:

«She was also pessimistic about the prospects

of finding consensus among all EU members.»

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Siete mai andati a caccia di bertucce?

Si imbullona al terreno una beuta piena di noccioline. La bertuccia accorre attirata dall’odore, vi cala dentro la mano ed afferra una manciata di noccioline. Il pugno chiuso sulle noccioline non riesce ad uscire dal collo ristretto, ma la bertuccia non mollerà mai il cibo. Il cacciatore si avvicina, tramortisce la bertuccia, le mette un collare, e quindi se la porta via. Chi troppo vuole, nulla stringe.

Facile, ne vero?

Frau Merkel e Mr Macron non molleranno mai sull’immigrazione clandestina che tante consolazioni ha loro dato, ne andrebbe dellaloro faccia. L’Italia sembrerebbe essere altrettanto decisa a non accettare più né nuovi arrivi con navi delle ngo né a diventare la pattumiera europea dei migranti, magari anche di quelli dei quali Francia e Germania vorrebbero sbarazzarsi, almeno per il momento in modo incruento. Sono due posizioni inconciliabili.

Così si pongono tutti i presupposti per una frattura grave ed insanabile nella fu Unione Europea, con grande soddisfazione di Mr Trump. Mr Putin e Mr Xi, che hanno eliminato una pericolosa concorrente senza nemmeno sparare un colpo.


Aljazeera. 2018-06-24. Divided EU leaders meet over migration at ‘mini-summit’

European leaders meet to discuss ways forward in crisis over migration, which is causing deep rifts within the bloc.

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Leaders of 16 European Union members are meeting in Brussels to discuss possible ways forward in a political crisis over migration which is causing deep rifts within the bloc. 

Sunday’s mini-summit was called by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker who billed it as an “informal working meeting” ahead of an important EU summit on migration policy scheduled for June 28 and 29. 

The emergency meeting will be an opportunity for German Chancellor Angela Merkel to find possible solutions as she faces a domestic crisis, which is posing an existential threat to her three-months-old coalition government. 

Merkel came under pressure last week when her interior minister Horst Seehofer threatened to unilaterally implement an immigration “master plan” the chancellor is opposed to.

She believes a measure in the policy to send migrants who have already registered elsewhere in the EU away at the German border goes against Europe’s open border agreement.

Last Monday, Seehofer said he would give Merkel until after the EU summit later this week to come up with a European solution. 

Merkel on Friday played down the importance of Sunday’s meeting, calling it “no more and no less than a working and consultative meeting”.

She was also pessimistic about the prospects of finding consensus among all EU members. 

“We know that no solution will be reached on Thursday and Friday at the level of the 28 member states … on the overall issue of migration” she told a press conference during a visit to Beirut, Lebanon. 

Instead, the German chancellor expressed hope “bilateral, trilateral and multilateral” deals would be reached. 

Growing rifts

Disagreement over how to reform European migration policy was rife among leaders in the days leading up to the summit. 

A main priority is reform of the Dublin regulation that determines that the state through which an asylum seeker enters the EU is the state responsible for their asylum application.

Redistribution of migrants through quotas received fierce opposition from some countries after it was first proposed in 2015. 

Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini on Friday reiterated his hard line on immigration. 

“We cannot take in one more person,” he told German magazine Der Spiegel. “On the contrary; we want to send away a few.” 

In recent weeks, Italy’s new government has prohibited ships carrying migrants rescued in the Mediterranean from docking in the country’s ports.  

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte agreed to attend Sunday’s meeting only after Merkel had assured him a draft leaders’ statement prepared by the European Commission and circulated on Wednesday would be put aside. 

There was tension between Italy and France too.

On Saturday, Salvini called French President Emmanuel Macron “arrogant” and warned that France would not “transform Italy into Europe’s refugee camp”. 

The statement came after Macron had said he supported the idea of imposing financial sanctions on EU countries refusing to take in refugees and migrants with proven asylum status. 

Speaking alongside Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Macron told a press conference “You can’t have countries that massively benefit from the solidarity of the European Union and that massively voice their national selfishness when it comes to migrant issues.”

Growing rifts

Disagreement over how to reform European migration policy was rife among leaders in the days leading up to the summit. 

A main priority is reform of the Dublin regulation that determines that the state through which an asylum seeker enters the EU is the state responsible for their asylum application.

Redistribution of migrants through quotas received fierce opposition from some countries after it was first proposed in 2015. 

Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini on Friday reiterated his hard line on immigration. 

“We cannot take in one more person,” he told German magazine Der Spiegel. “On the contrary; we want to send away a few.” 

In recent weeks, Italy’s new government has prohibited ships carrying migrants rescued in the Mediterranean from docking in the country’s ports.  

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte agreed to attend Sunday’s meeting only after Merkel had assured him a draft leaders’ statement prepared by the European Commission and circulated on Wednesday would be put aside. 

There was tension between Italy and France too.

On Saturday, Salvini called French President Emmanuel Macron “arrogant” and warned that France would not “transform Italy into Europe’s refugee camp”. 

The statement came after Macron had said he supported the idea of imposing financial sanctions on EU countries refusing to take in refugees and migrants with proven asylum status. 

Speaking alongside Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Macron told a press conference “You can’t have countries that massively benefit from the solidarity of the European Union and that massively voice their national selfishness when it comes to migrant issues.”

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