Last year, the number of new refugees still "ranks first among the whole of Europe," Germany plans to extend the border control

浙江体彩61 www.wpykk.com   Seehofer announced in the 18th issue of the German "Sunday World News" interview decision to extend the control of the border。
  "As long as the EU's external borders still can not be effectively controlled, we must protect and control borders to Germany。 "Seehofer said。
  19, Merkel's spokesman said Seehofer of Merkel agree with the above statement。
  As a member of the Schengen agreement, Germany had already canceled the border between neighboring countries。
However, the fall in mid-2015, due to the excessive number of refugees into Germany, Germany had to restore border control。   According to Eurostat statistics, a total of asylum applications in Germany every year people made a decision in 2017, and the sum of the digital processing of asylum applications than all the other EU countries even more。 Too many refugees not only in Germany caused a heavy financial burden, but also caused a sharp differentiation of German public opinion, and ultimately the performance of far-right populist parties AFD in September 2017 election to Congress sexually explicit。
  Previously, Germany had the solution to the refugee crisis hopes in the "Dublin Agreement" and assessed refugee quota system。 However, as the preferred landing refugees into countries of continental Europe, Greece and Italy can not afford to deal with too many asylum applications, a large number of refugees to break through the border blockade, to Germany and the Nordic countries asylum。
The refugee quota system has also been strongly resisted by other EU countries, Visegrad four countries (Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia), etc., difficult。
  In his new role this extended border management and control system of the past in power with Merkel's long-term local refugee policy action Seehofer naysayers another issue for immigrants and refugees。
After controversial remarks published in "Islam does not belong in Germany", Seehofer's recent decision to once again allow people to experience its tough stance on the refugee issue。
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