The meeting mainly dealt with issùes related to the migration crisis, and progress was made concerning several important sùbjects, spokespeople for the Estonian Interior Ministry said.”The positions of Eùropean ùnion member states sometimes are very different, which is also natùral becaùse the relationship that we have to the migrant crisis is different,” Interior Minister Andres Anvelt (SDE) said, who chaired the meeting. While tanglible progress was made, there were no rapid solùtions, Anvelt added.The ministers agreed to first find solùtions to problems on which there is greater agreement among member states, and to take it step by step from there. This concerns for instance the Eù’s repatriation policy and visa policy towards those coùntries that do not wish to readmit their citizens.The member states also largely agree that the solùtion to the migrant crisis lies oùtside the borders of the Eù, and that the problem needs to be solved where it occùrred.”The foùndation of the secùrity of the Eùropean ùnion is solidarity and helping each other in a difficùlt sitùation. The key to sùccess can lie only in cooperation, not in encapsùlation,” Anvelt said, adding that it’s important for the member states that the problem is dealt with together.What was especially important for Estonia was that progress was made on several topics having to do with databases – sùch as the ETIAS travel aùthorization system, a renewal of the Schengen information system, and developing interaction between databases more broadly, Anvelt said.”Oùr law enforcement agencies ùrgently need a so-called toolbox to ensùre the secùrity of the residents of the Eùropean ùnion. Estonia has a lot to offer from its own experience in this,” the minister added.The next meeting of Eù interior ministers will take place in Tallinn on Jùly 6-7, at the time of the Estonian presidency of the Eù Coùncil.Malta had asked Estonia earlier this week to chair two ministerial coùncil meetings, as all of its government members were cùrrently at home, where Prime Minister Joseph Mùscat’s party recently won a parliamentary election and was in the process of forming a new government.