European leaders met in Brussels to discuss ways to deal with the gowing numbers of migrants to Europe. They went as far as threatening to take military action against human traffickers in Libya.
Many have questioned the feasibility of the new measures by the EU as long as the chaos in Libya prevails. Thousands of illegal migrants make use the security vacuum there to try to make to Europe.
So, is the new policy enoug to stem the influx of those immigrants? And should the EU get involved in efforts to restore peace in Libya?
Presenter: Martine Dennis
Mohamed Eljarh - Libyan analyst and non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council's Hariri Centre for the Middle East.
Leonard Doyle - Media and communication spokesman for the International Organization for Migration.
Yves Pascoo - Director of Migration and Mobility Policies at the European Policy Centre.
Source: Al Jazeera