Germany reinstates Dublin rules for Syrian refugees

The German authorities aim to “return to orderly procedure” concerning refugees, with measures including temporary border controls and the Dublin agreement, the Interior Ministry confirmed to DW on Tuesday.

The Dublin Regulation states that a refugee must register in the first EU country they enter, which is then tasked with examining that person’s asylum application.

“Germany is currently applying the Dublin regulation for all countries of origin and all member states (except Greece)” the ministry said in an emailed statement, adding that Dublin rules has also applied to “Syrian nationals” since October 21.

  • Shebel

    How come no one is commenting here?

    I think that Germans have every Right to protect their Culture.

    Times have changed.