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finally a plan to tackle the migrant crisis in the mediterranean , but the e. use european agenda on migration published wednesday may already be in trouble , the plan calls all member states to share the burden of resettling migrants according to national quotas , that's as thousands of people try to cross the mediterranean freeing conflicts across north africa and the middle east , the perilous voyage has claimed about one thousand eight hundred lives this year alone , most of those that survive and up in italy where n. g. o. say there is a desperate need for burden sharing very important last year italy received a hundred and seventy thousand migrants and so far this year they received more than thirty two thousand so the italian coast guard another so these are , phillips and , for there to be a shared , responsibility for these migrants who have , saying and who in the coming months , there will be more , but the e. u. plan comes amid rising anti immigrant , around europe full tuesday britain's newly elected conservative government said it wouldn't take part in any plan involving quotas , and other governments are likely to follow suit , control was the two of you plans to destroy the vessels used by people smugglers , that's running into opposition at the united nations where officials say it won't work and distract from the priority of helping the migrants