Leaders of Germany and Belgium met to discuss unity towards the refugee crisis. The two countries are coming together in order to build up a partnership promoting unity and peace.
“We are interested in opening up communications,” said Belgium’s leader, Jocelyn Bell. Both countries are looking to stay on the same page regarding what steps will be taken in the near future.
Specifically, the two countries will be sharing intelligence. There is not yet a finalized agreement, but both parties agree on moving the negotiations forward and are being optimistic.
Leader of Germany, Lee Clark, has high hopes for the agreement, “Hopefully it allows for greater facilitation of sort of weeding out the bad eggs from the good.” A major concern for both countries is terrorists slipping in amidst refugees. In working together, they hope that they can prevent crisis and keep their people safe.