Qld politician calls for commonwealth cooperation with South Wales and Northern Ireland over refugee crisis BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A senior Welsh politician has called for Wales to join a united effort to deal with the crisis over migrants across the UK. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/london-says-welsh-legislation-is-failing-people-along-the-welsh-border-1-8494538.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article48973968.ece/7c9b5/AUTOCROP/h342/2015-08-02_new_58987069_I1.JPG
A senior Welsh politician has called for Wales to join a united effort to dealjarvees.com with the crisis over migrants across the UK.
Llanelli-born Mr Davies believes the response should be “an immediate and immediate commitment thatjarvees.com Wales is an 바카라사이트EU member, that it is participating in, will participate in the relocation arrangements, and is prepared to give us all a share of the burden”.
In a speech to the Welsh Conservative conference on Saturday, Mr Davies said: “Wales has a long history of supporting migration.
“It does not have a single representative in the European Council, but every time our needs change it takes the necessary steps to ensure we stay connected.”
Welsh Minister for Migration, Department for Exiting the European Union Theresa Villiers is to take Mr Davies to Brussels next week to meet EU officials to discuss migration.
The meeting will also hear from British minister for international development, Justine Greening, who is to discuss Welsh concerns with EU figures.
He also called for an Irish Government-led plan to relocate migrants from Ireland to Northern Ireland.
The Government also believes there should be a mechanism to ensure people living in the UK will have access to support if they move abroad.
Mr Davies argues there should be a shared response to people seeking to reach other EU countries.
He said: “Wales should play its part in helping to relocate EU citizens and British people who seek protection elsewhere in the European Union.
“We must provide the resources needed and do all in our power to maintain security of residence in Britain for UK nationals and British people. This is part of our continuing efforts to protect our citizens and their homes from the threats o