The European Union must end the "blame game" on migration and instead focus on working more with foreign countries and further strengthening its border to bring down arrivals, the chairman of the bloc's leaders said.
The 28 EU leaders are meeting in the Austrian city of Salzburg to tackle migration, an issue that has badly damaged their unity in recent years.
European Council President Donald Tusk expressed his condolences to the people of Greece after wildfires claimed at least 80 lives.
"I'm very saddened by the tragic forest fires in Greece," Tusk said in a tweet posted on the account of the European Council.
"Europe will stand by our Greek friends in these difficult times. Help is on its way from several EU countries."
"With friends like that, who needs enemies."
That was how Donald Tusk, one of the European Union's top officials, took President Trump to task on Wednesday, offering the latest look at how the Continent's leaders are trying to come to terms with the United States' shifting policy on issues like the Iran nuclear deal.
Britain must come up with a solution for the Irish border after Brexit or there will be no divorce deal or transition period, EU President Donald Tusk warned on April 18.