Emergency EU talks on migrants begin
Leaders from several European countries are holding an emergency meeting to try to find a common position on the migrant crisis in the Balkans.
A draft statement calls on countries to stop waving through migrants without the agreement of their neighbours.
Slovenian PM Miro Cerar warned that the EU would “start falling apart” without concrete action on the crisis.
Ten EU and three non EU states are taking part but the absence of Turkey at the summit has been questioned.
“Today the discussion will be among the countries along the corridor of the refugee flows,” said Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
“But everybody knows at the end of the corridor there is an entrance.”