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Mizzi calls on EU member states, African countries to develop long-term migration strategy Labour MEP Marlene Mizzi urged the Member States and the African countries to use the EU-African Summit in Valletta as a platform to develop a far-looking EU-African strategy to find concrete solutions in tackling the root causes of migration so that people are given a decent future in their own country and are not forced to flee. Mizzi made a strong statement at the plenary session in Strasbourg, in the presence of the European Council President Donald Tusk and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, where the European Parliament discussed the upcoming conclusions of the Valletta summit on 11-12 November, which will bring together EU and African leaders to seek common solutions to migration challenges In her speech Mizzi said, "Europe needs to join efforts with their international partners towards a better collaboration and effective global partnership with the African Union and the United Nations. The Valletta Summit unlocks a unique opportunity so that we can all get together and come up with a Genuine International Response to the migration crisis". "Migration is a symptom not a cause and in the long run Europe and key African partners need to address and tackle the cause at its origin. We will not manage to deal with the current migration flows between Africa and the EU, if we continue dealing with migrants after they arrive in Europe. And turn a blind eye to the human, social, economic and political challenges that are forcing people to flee their homes causing this crisis." "Political, social and economic instability, lack of security and wars, human rights violations and terrorist attacks, natural disasters are only some of the reasons causing the symptom which is the main driving force behind the current humanitarian crisis. It is a challenge and there are no cut and paste solutions for problems causing people to risk their lives fleeing their countries. “said MEP Mizzi. "Therefore, during the Valletta summit Member States and the African partners need to come up with a long term sustainable solutions to the human, social and political challenges that are causing the migratory flows between Africa and the EU. If not this will be e never ending problem that will only keep growing”.