http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34173720" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the "breathtaking" flow of migrants into Germany will "occupy and change" the country in the coming years.
She said Germany would speed up asylum procedures and build extra housing, but called on other EU states to help.
French President Francois Hollande said quotas for EU countries to relocate 120,000 migrants were being planned and that France would take 24,000.
Meanwhile, the flow of migrants across Europe shows no sign of easing.
Germany - which expects 800,000 asylum requests this year - could face costs of €10bn (£7.3bn) next year because of the influx, she added. About 18,000 people arrived in Germany over the weekend.
New quotas drawn up by the European Commission are set to be unveiled on Wednesday.
Spanish newspaper El Pais reported on Monday (in Spanish) that a total of 160,000 migrants would be resettled, including 66,000 who have arrived in Greece, 54,000 in Hungary and 40,000 in Italy.
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