The first post-Lisbon Treaty summit meeting between the EU and another country will take place 6 and 7 March in Granada between the EU and Morocco.
Among the topics of discussion will be immigration and the Union for the Mediterranean. Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Miguel Ángel Moratinos, said “…we will discuss immigration issues, which are very important. Morocco is a partner that assists European countries and source countries enormously to manage migratory flows co-responsibly, and it is therefore a key country for the strong and effective management of these flows….”
Click here and here for Spanish EU Presidency statements and here for an article (en francais).