On this 2 April, many European dailies have their headline on the agreement reached yesterday among Nato countries' foreign ministers to reinforce the Alliance's presence in Poland and in the Baltic countries, and the de facto recognition of Russia's sphere of influence in Ukraine and Belarus. The other headlines worth mentioning are about immigration, though angles differ, with Die Tageszeitung reporting about alleged violation of EU asylum rules by Mediterranean member states, and the Daily Express fearing — not surprisingly — a new "wave" of migrants coming to the UK.
'Putin-Obama agreement' - Rseczpospolita, Warsaw.
'Nato freezes ts cooperation with Moscow' - Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich.
'We — not refugees. Refugees flee from one country to another. Crimea is Ukraine' - Den, Kiev.
'Admission rejected. Go back to Africa' - Die Tageszeitung, Berlin.
'Everyone wins from criminality and illegal work' - Trouw, Amsterdam.
'Youngsters do not trust migrants' - De Standaard, Brussels.
'New migrant flood on way' - Daily Express, London.
'Greens say no to Manuel Valls' - Le Figaro, Paris.
'Choc-level unemployment: it's 13 per cent' - Il Messaggero, Rome.
'Alert in Europe as prices fall' - El Periódico, Barcelona.
'Greece is back. Green light for forecasted growth' - Ta Nea, Athens.
'Government and companies have been the target of espionage' - I, Lisbon.
'Northerners keep "Republic of Serbia" on official documents' - Koha Ditore, Pristina.