“We are relying on three basic pillars,” said the Social Democrat Kaare Dybvad Bek of the “ Picture “-Newspaper. “The principle of temporary status, an effective return policy and limiting access to family reunification.”
The neighboring German country has managed to get migration numbers under control. “Around 550 rejected asylum seekers are in deportation proceedings. The number is now lower than it has been for almost 15 years,” said Bek.
Danish minister: “We are spending enormous resources”
“Anyone who is turned away must stay in a return center until they leave the country,” Bek told the “Bild” newspaper. “The state offers financial support to anyone who leaves voluntarily.” But Bek also says: That’s not cheap. “We are spending enormous resources to return these migrants to their home countries.”