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Austria will restore controls on its border with Slovakia, nod Czech Republic following an increase in the passages of illegal immigrants, the government announced on Wednesday.
"We have already taken important measures at the borders with Hungary and Slovenia. Now the police will also control the border with Slovakia from midnight today," said Interior Minister Gerhard Karner in front of the Press in Vienna.
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Federal Minister of the Interior (SPD). At the border with Austria, the controls were extended and the federal police are increasingly checking at the Czech border as part of the veil search, she said the "Bild am Sonntag." We are responsible for stopping illegal entry so that we continue can help who urgently need our support.
Eleven crossing points will be set up.
"We must be faster than the smugglers' mafia. This is a necessary measure for at least ten days," added the conservative manager, saying that the Austrian asylum system had reached "at its limits".
Austria, which has 9 million inhabitants, recorded from January to August 56,000 asylum applications, more than the whole year 2021 but still far from the figure reached during the migration crisis of 2015 (near 90,000).
The Minister notes a strong and sudden increase in the number of Indian nationals, rarely eligible for asylum, in addition to the arrival of Afghan and Syrians applicants.
This increase is also explained by the strengthening of controls, because the so -called Dublin regulation entrusted to the country by which an asylum seeker has entered the EU examining his request, even if he does not want stay.
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Tuesday, the Czech Republic had announced the resumption of inspections for at least ten days at its border with Slovakia, for the same reason.
Bratislava had reacted by believing that the question should be discussed at European level.
These three central European countries are part of the Schengen area of free movement of people.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) had criticized the controls in late April since 2015 by certain member states such as Austria and France, recalling that they should not exceed a period of six months.
These controls are justified, according to these states, by an increased desire to combat human trafficking, the terrorist threat or the coronavirus pandemic.
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