الأربعاء 22 فبراير 2017

ألمانيا: تراجع حاد في أعداد طالبي اللجوء

FREILASSING, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 16:  Several hundred migrants who had arrived on foot from the Salzburg train station in Austria walk along a road after crossing the border to Germany on September 16, 2015 at Freilassing, Germany. Hundreds of migrants who had been stuck in Salzburg and unable to find available seats on trains going to Germany broke off in groups to reach the nearby border to Germany on foot. German authorities have temporarily reinstated border controls along Germany's border to Austria and are conducting spot checks on arriving traffic. Germany is still accepting up to thousands of new migrants daily but has imposed border controls in order to crack down on smugglers and to better regulate the flow of arriving migrants, tens of thousands of whom arrived in Germany over the last few weeks. Meanwhile Hungary has sealed it new fence along its border to Serbia and migrants are now heading to Croatia in an effort to reach western Europe..  (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
ويأتي هذا التراجع الحاد بسبب إغلاق طريق البلقان في مارس والاتفاق بين الاتحاد الأوروبي وتركيا لوقف تدفق المهاجرين عبر بحر إيجه إلى تركيا.وتخلفت أعداد طلبات اللجوء كثيرا عن أعداد الوافدين، وكثير من الذين جاؤوا إلى ألمانيا في عام 2015 لم يتقدموا بطلبات إلا في العام الماضي.

وأظهرت الأرقام الصادرة الأربعاء أنه تم التقدم ب 745545 طلب لجوء رسمي العام الماضي، وهو ما يزيد عن 268869 في 2015.