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forging ahead with a plan to tackle the misery in the mid today the main point will be undertaken to decision to establish the operation you operation , i'd seen to dismantle the criminal networks that are smuggling people in the mediterranean , u. n. approval for any action is crucial as reuters bureau chief in brussels alastair macdonald explains that particularly looking for agreements that will allow them to go to the u. n. security council and get global backing for the kind of military operations , of which they're proposing ought to tackle the people traffickers well this certainly a united front in terms of agreeing that something must be done that precisely what there are probably twenty eight different opinions among the twenty eight member states the european commission has proposed courses based on criteria such as population to more freely distribute to saddam sikis , britain has swiftly rejected that restating its wish to stymie those feeding the problem we need to reaction today to get off to , i'm an old guy , to , that means , gathering much more intelligence on are these networks are organized , i'm doing more to help the countries where the migrants come , on the sidelines and brussels a sign of things to come italy france and germany signing up to develop a drawing for reconnaissance and surveillance with border control a key argument three european powerhouses with an eye family on the future