Compared to last year, the number of illegal border crossings at the Czech-German border increased by roughly 140 per cent in June, and even more migrants made generally successful attempts to enter Germany in August.
The European Union’s current administration of refugee affairs can safely be called both flawed and obsolete.
The European Court of Justice ruled that Hungary failed to respect EU law by “pushing back” people entering the country illegally, but the Hungarian government has defied the ruling.
During the course of the last week, 849 migrants were apprehended in total, which is a 15% increase from the week before, when authorities detained 735 people in total.
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