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PRAGUE, September 9. /TASS/. A meeting on European migration crisis will take place in Prague on September 11, the Czech Republic’s Foreign Ministry press service said on Wednesday.
The foreign ministers of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, as well as Luxemburg (presiding country in the Council of the European Union in Prague) and Germany will discuss the resolution of the migration crisis.
"The conference’s main point is to come up with mutual understanding among the countries," the press service said.
The participating countries are disagreed on refugee quota’s adoption. The western countries with a high level of socio-economic development, including Germany, insist on acceptation of the refugee quotas. The central states are solving down the process of the quota’s implementation.
Strengthening the external borders of the Schengen zone is also on the agenda.