EU countries are preparing to launch a joint platform for the coordination of migration policy and fight against illegal migration. As it became known this week, the headquarters of the new organization will be in Vienna. Specific areas of work will be approved after the summer holidays — then the same should be adopted long-awaited new all-European Pact on immigration and asylum. However, the attempt of European countries to reconsider the approach to migration crisis does not negate them informed of commitments: on Friday, Germany took 83 of the nearly 1 thousand workers, of which Berlin has agreed to take out of crowded of the Greek refugee camps.Day 24 July in the German city of Kassel landed flight from Athens. On Board were 83 refugees from Africa and the Middle East. Germany has agreed to accept them as part of the humanitarian operation for the redistribution of refugees from countries where they are too many (in this case with the Greek Aegean Islands), to other EU partners. From Kassel bus with migrants headed in different regions — for example, the family of Syrians of seven will provide housing and benefits in Berlin. “Order and humanity are part of migration policy, explained the interior Minister of Germany Horst Seehofer.— On the thorny path to the common European migration policy will certainly need to show solidarity with countries whose borders are external EU borders”. Until the end of August, as reported by German news Agency DPA, Germany will take a total of 928 migrant has already been issued previously for asylum in Greece.The first to land in Kassel flight — evidence of partial normalization of the European agenda since the epidemic. Recall, that the immigration crisis remained the focus of European leaders over the past six years, and before the pandemic rare EU summit did not discuss this hot topic. Slightly easier in 2016, when the Europeans managed to convince Ankara in exchange for visa-free travel and generous monetary compensation to cover the transit for refugees from countries where there is war, and migrants from the poor regions of Africa and the Middle East. However, by March of this year the situation has escalated to the limit. Turkey has accused the EU of reneging on its obligations and failing to pay the compensation and threatened to open the way to the European Union for all 3.7 million in a country of refugees.However, soon the media footage of the refugees storming the border on the border of Turkey with Greece and Bulgaria, was replaced by Chronicles of hospitals, taking those who had contracted the coronavirus. “No country alone can not cope with either the pandemic or with the migration crisis— appealed on 3 June to the international community, UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres.— But together, we can contain the spread of VIR��CA, to mitigate its effects on the most vulnerable groups of the population and to make the recovery led to the improvement of life for all citizens without exception.”At the same time should be known details about the new platform for combating illegal migration in the Eastern Mediterranean. It announced this week the interior Minister of Austria Karl Nehammer. The announcement came after the conference in Vienna with participation of the colleagues of Mr. Nehammer from other EU countries. In Vienna will be located and the headquarters of the new organization.Galina Dudina