In an agreement of grand coalition in Berlin on asylum Compromise of CDU and CSU, Austria wants to protect borders in south. In such a German decision, government is forced to take measures to prevent disadvantages for Austria and its population, shared Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP), vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache (FPOe) and interior minister Herbert Kickl (FPOe). In particular, Borders to Italy and Slovenia would have to be protected.
"The agreement of CDU and CSU suggests that Germany wants to set national measures to combat migratory flows," standard cites from statement of head of government. The Austrian government is now expecting a "quick clarification" of federal government's position.Shortly according to Seehofer interested in "sensible solutions"
According to his own Angabenam Tuesday morning, CSU chief Horst Seehofer spoke with Austria's chancellor Sebastian about union's asylum compromise. "I have no idea that he is interested in sensible solutions," says federal interior minister on phone call. Möglicherweisewerde He flies to Vienna in short term.
The Austrian Government's statement also says: "The German considerations once again demonstrate importance of a common European border-to-frontier policy and Austrian position is proving that a Europe without frontiers is inwardly Possible only with working external borders. "
The leaders of CDU and CSU had resolved ir weeks-long quarrel on Monday evening by agreeing to build so-called transit centres on border between Bavaria and Austria. From re, asylum seekers who are responsible for or EU countries are to be rejected in se countries. The federal government is to conclude agreements with competent states. Previously, CDU and CSU still have to convince ir SPD coalition partner of se plans.Agreement in asylum dispute-» This is spirit of partnership in EU, «Chancellor Angela Merkel sees agreement with CSU as a» good compromise «. This was a decisive step in order to arrange secondary migration. © Photo: Michael Sohn/DPA Date Of Update: 03 July 2018, 12:01