European Union (EU) pooled a 60 billion Euro fund between 2014-2020 to decrease unemployment among people under the age of 25.
Berggruen Institute of Governance will organize a conference under the name of "new point of view for Europe" in Paris in 28 May.
New solutions will be offered on the question of unemployment among the youth during the conference.
Prime Minister of Spain Mariano Rajoy Brey is expected to attend the conference in May 28 to come together with President Francois Hollande of France.
A quarter of younger population unemployed in EU
One out of four young people are unemployed in EU according to Statistical Office of the European Communities (EuroSTAT).
For this reason, EU programs to fight unemployment, which is the result of the ongoing economic crises, especially for the young people under the age of 25.
Some of the most important EU Countries, for which the young people unemployment reached to serious levels, are Greece (59 percent), Spain (57 percent), Italy (38 percent), and Portugal (38 percent).
Prime Ministers of Italy, Spain, and Greece came together last week, and called for EU to put the issue of the young unemployment on their agenda.
PMs announced that the unemployment of young people is at the "dramatic proportion".
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