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Nehammer wants a border fence between the US and Mexico

Nehammer wants a border fence between the US and Mexico

A fence should be built on the EU’s eastern border, the chancellor told the German “Bild” newspaper: “They have to be very high, they have to go very deep into the ground, they have to be constantly monitored”.

Chancellor Carl Neuhammer wants to see a fence along the EU’s eastern border similar to the one between the US and Mexico. At least the German “Bild” newspaper (Saturday edition) quotes him: “We need effective sanctions,” the chancellor demands. “They have to be very high, they have to go very deep into the ground and they have to be constantly monitored – technically and in terms of personnel.” Only through this “triad” can illegal immigration be controlled.

“Our head of the federal police is there right now,” Nehammer says. “He is looking at what operations are working on the US border with Mexico. We want to share this knowledge with other EU countries, like Bulgaria, to improve our EU border security.” The next step is to “share this knowledge with other EU countries, such as Bulgaria, to improve our EU border security.” Stronger security of the EU’s external border is “essential to countering terrorism in the free Schengen area and in the EU”.

Nehammer called for the fences several times

At a summit in early February, EU countries agreed to better protect the EU’s external borders, but left the road open. Nehammer called for the fences several times.

As for the upcoming summit, Nehammer said the migration growth “is certainly dramatic. There are still incredible numbers of migrants waiting on the roads. Iran alone has three million Afghans who want to go to Europe’s earthquake zone in Turkey. Northern Syria, where more than a million refugees from Syria live, has now lost everything again.”

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“The European Union respects human rights”

According to the chancellor, asylum procedures will continue. “The EU stands up for human rights. But it must finally stop too many safe countries crossing to seek asylum in countries with better social systems.”

(APA)