Italy, France and Germany have called for the 'fair' distribution of migrants across the EU today, after signing a joint document on immigration.
According to the Italian foreign ministry the document calls for a review of current European Union rules on granting asylum and underlines that the current migrant crisis has "clearly shown the limits and defects" of existing rules and a need for them to be re-assessed.
The calls for unity between European countries when dealing with the crisis came as hundreds of migrants protested for a second day outside Budapest's main railway station after being stopped from travelling across Europe.
The whole of Europe must contribute towards finding a solution to the current migrant crisis, the German Ambassador has said today.
Speaking to ITV News' Tom Bradby, Peter Ammon said: "We all in Europe will have to do what we can and make a contribution to solve this problem."
The Ambassador, who described the current migrant crisis as "a huge problem of our times", also urged all European countries to address the issue "constructively together" and not to "point fingers at each other".
Riot police have lined up in front of Budapest railway station this evening as a fresh migrant protest broke out.
The protest came as thousands of refugees and economic migrants remain stranded at Budapest's main international railway station for a second day as Hungarian authorities enforce EU rules preventing them from leaving for Germany.
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The majority of refugees and economic migrants stranded outside Hungary's main international train station in Budapest have formed an "underground city" to shelter from the heat as European leaders decide what is to be done.
ITV News Europe Editor James Mates reports:
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Hundreds of refugees and migrants continue to demonstrate outside Budapest's Keleti railway station for the second day, shouting "Freedom! Freedom!", and demanding to be let onto trains bound for Germany.
The Reuters news agency reports that over 2,000 people, including families with children, were waiting in the square at the station while Hungarians with IDs and foreigners with valid passports could board the trains.