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a visit to the front lines of Europe's migrant crisis NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg visiting warships on patrol in the Mediterranean , they're trying to intercept people making the perilous voyage to Europe , well there's already concerned that sunny spring weather tempting more migrants to attempt the journey , to five hundred people feared drowned when one vessel sank earlier this week , back in Luxembourg the EU is making plans to cope with the summer rush , ministers promise and to establish a common European border force and Coast Guard by June , but like every spring we see an increase of people crossing the central Mediterranean again , Europe is taking steps to control the Mike this migration route roots as well , and one of the biggest steps in that it's creating European Beauregard , the number people trying to cross from Turkey to Greece has dropped sharply in recent weeks , that's ultimately you struck a deal with Ankara to take back anyone without a valid asylum claim , but the two you could just push migrants toward Mulder more dangerous crossing instead notably from Africa to Italy , but no one thinks it will end Europe's refugee crisis