EU's member states advocate that asylum seekers who are refused asylum are to be sent back as soon as possible. Hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers are going to be rejected because they do not meet the requirements for asylum.
This became clear at the EU summit in Luxembourg yesterday, where interior and ministers of justice from member countries attended, along with a number of representatives from non-EU countries.
The EU summit concluded that if those who really need help are get the help they need, those rejected must be sent back quickly.
So far this year several hundred thousand people have come to Europe, and calculations show that about half of them will be rejected.
One of the measures is to create better agreements with the countries the "refugees" will be returned to. At the same time, the EU will sharpen the policy. It also opens for putting asylum seekers who are rejected in custody, before being sent out of Europe by force.
According to the British newspaper The Times, more than 400.000 of the asylum seekers who came to the EU in the first half of this year, will probably get their asylum applications rejected.
How the many asylum seekers who have paid thousands of dollars to smugglers will react to the rejection, remains to be seen.
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