More coordination in migration issues – Blick

Europe must act in a coordinated manner against secondary migration, demanded Keller-Sutter in an interview with the “Neue Zürcher Zeitung”. Only 2 percent of all migrants who came to Bosnia also applied for asylum there. Greece also serves as a transit point for many people.

Secondary migration has become a stress test for the entire European asylum system. A common European return policy is needed. If refugees could choose which country to live in, that would be the beginning of the end of the Dublin system, said Keller-Sutter, who held talks on October 22nd on migration in Bosnia and Greece.

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