is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Maria Delli Carri and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and. EU and African states agree on Italian plans to curb migration Top 10 jobs that only exist in Italy. Italians have emigrated the world over and taken their skills with them. But despite this, some jobs can still only be done in Italy. The meetings follow a week of violent clashes between migrants and police in Italy, after 800 or so migrants were forcefully evicted from a building in Rome. The document, an Italian translation of which was seen and published by Huffington Post Italy before it is officially due for release later Monday, outlines several new strategic directions agreed upon by Italy's EU partners and key African states. Libyan coastguard ships in Tripoli earlier this year. It also endorses Italy's much-discussed code-of-conduct for NGO rescue missions in the Mediterranean. The new strategic approach will see the creation of a special "high level" task force in the Maghreb to tackle security issues, as well as the reinforcement of domestic institutions to tackle terrorism and human trafficking in Libya, Chad and Niger. The document they have apparently agreed on is a ringing endorsement for Italy's recent policy on migration. Organizations like unhcr will be empowered and mandated to strengthen human rights on the ground. Italy's Interior Minister Marco Minniti met with his counterparts from Chad, Niger and Libya on Monday August 28th in Rome, reports, ansa, before the heads of state of those same countries meet EU leaders in Paris. The EU will also apparently offer financial support for all three African countries to reinforce their borders with each other. Read more: Austria strengthens border checks with Italy despite lower migrant arrivals.