Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has called on other German states to follow Bavaria's lead in establishing more so-called 'Anchor Centres' for migrants.
In an interview broadcast on ARD yesterday evening, Mr Seehofer called for the creation of more centres.
Interior ministers Matteo Salvini of Italy, Horst Seehofer of Germany and Herbert Kickl of Austria said after talks in Innsbruck that an "axis of the willing" led by Vienna, Berlin and Rome would curb migrant departures.
A series of compromises have been made which secure Merkel's government but have upset several German oppostion groups.
The leaders of Germany's three coalition parties are meeting on Monday night to try to resolve the crisis over migrant policy that’s threatening Chancellor Angela Merkel's government.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s hopes of resolving a political crisis in her ruling coalition have suffered a blow, with details of a European Union deal on migrants already being called into question.