The Prime Minister of Sweden is dissatisfied with the outcome of the EU summit on migrants

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Vitvitskiy in photobacteria Minister of Sweden Stefan Leuven. Archival photoThe Prime Minister of Sweden is dissatisfied with the outcome of the EU summit on migrants© RIA Novosti / Alexei Vitvitskiy the image Bank

The Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Leuven remained dissatisfied with the outcome of the EU summit held Thursday in Brussels on migration. He said this to the Swedish television SVT after the meeting.

«I am not satisfied, as there is no any agreement about the distribution of refugees in all EU countries, but this will be discussed further,» said Leven.

In an interview with Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet he also said that «We were hoping for more.»

«Without a doubt, a new political landscape in Europe. We ought to agree on allocation of refugees to this summit, but some countries do not want to accept them. They think that it is enough to close the border,» — quoted the words of Leuven’s newspaper.

The talks he described as «a long and sometimes very complicated.» About the refugee camps, he said that the EU is far from the issue of their resettlement.

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