New European Agenda on Migration: how many migrants each member states have to host?

The EU aims to bring 20,000 refugees to Europe in the next two years, as part of the plan, at a cost of €50m (£36m). (BBC)

Total allocation based on 20.000 persons already inside the European Union:

  • Austria 444
  • Belgium 490
  • Bulgaria 216
  • Croatia 315
  • Cyprus 69
  • Czech Republic 525
  • Denmark 345
  • Estonia 326
  • Finland 293
  • France 2375
  • Germany 3086
  • Greece 323
  • Hungary 307
  • Ireland 272
  • Italy 1989
  • Latvia 220
  • Lithuania 207
  • Luxembourg 147
  • Malta 121
  • Netherlands 732
  • Poland 962
  • Portugal 704
  • Romania 657
  • Slovakia 319
  • Slovenia 207
  • Spain 1549
  • Sweden 491
  • United Kingdom 2309

IMPORTANT – Disclaimer for UK, Ireland and Denmark: Whilst the proposed resettlement scheme will take the form of a Recommendation, the Union’s common policy on migration is based on Title V TFEU. Therefore, the specific aspects referred to in footnote 3, concerning Protocols 21 and 22 to the Treaties, on the position of the United Kingdom, Ireland and Denmark, will be taken into account.

Source: European Commission

In the picture EU Commissioner of Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos