The number of migrants entering Germany without a permit will be significantly higher this term than in previous years, although the upward trend stopped in October. This is based on data published by the German police on Monday, informs TASR podla tlačovéj agentúry DPA.
On October 16, German Interior Minister Nancy Faeserová announced plans to re-introduce fixed food controls at the borders with Poland, the Czech Republic and Switzerland. At these borders within the Schengen area, they usually do not perform any visa or document checks.
Faeserová first announced that the food controls would last ten days, but the duration of the packaging was delayed. Similar measures on the German-Austrian border have been in place for several years.
Podła informació polície started to increase illegal migrants who come to Germany gradually in the month of February, but it increased significantly especially from September to October. The authorities recorded 14,701 illegal entries in August, 21,366 in September and 20,059 in October. From the beginning of January to the end of October, approximately 267,000 people applied for asylum in Germany, which is approximately 67 percent more than in the same period last year.
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