Munich (dpa / lby) - Shortly before the so-called refugee summit planned for Thursday in the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Bavaria's Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) calls for a tougher approach to illegal entry. "I finally expect action to limit illegal immigration," he told the "Handelsblatt" (Thursday). Herrmann spoke of the need for an unmistakable signal that there were no more recording programs.
With a view to the refugee costs, Herrmann called for a larger contribution from the federal government and said: "Somehow muddling through is no longer possible." He considers further federal aid of eight billion euros to be appropriate.
Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser (SPD) invited representatives of the federal states and the municipal umbrella organizations to talk to them about the accommodation and care of asylum seekers and refugees. In doing so, she is also responding to calls for help from some municipalities.