Austria Struggles To Get An EU Exemption On Mandatory Acceptance Of More Asylum Seekers

Flüchtlinge in Salzburg - 2015 09 25 - Notversorgung Sbg Hauptbahnhof

We’ve already taken in our fair share – the message from Austria, who says it is seeking an exemption from having to accept more asylum seekers under an EU relocation scheme. It is a fresh blow to the system, which has barely been implemented because of opposition led by Eastern European countries. “Austria has done much…

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