Hungary – Last year Hungary registered migrants who have been sent to Sweden. Now that Sweden can’t deal with the migrants that are too numerous, she would like to send them back to their first country of arrival, Hungary.
Hungary don’t want to apply the EU’s Dublin Regulation, under which asylum seekers may be sent back to their first country of arrival in the EU to have their application processed there. In Sweden 152,000 migrants are asking for asylum. Last year Sweden accepted 163,000 migrants.
“All countries have to follow the joint rules, otherwise they can’t be members. I will summon the Hungarian ambassador next week and convey this,” Swedish Migration Minister Morgan Johansson said.