Does Europe Take In Enough Migrants? [Chart]

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Does Europe Take In Enough Migrants? [Chart]


The questions on the topic of immigration, as we’ve seen in the United States, are challenging to answer even at the best of times. The situation becomes orders more complex when millions of refugees or migrants are seeking asylum from civil war, poverty, and other terrible conditions.

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Does Europe Take In Enough Migrants?

According to the EU Border Agency, the amount of people taking the Greece-Western Balkan route to Europe has shot up 10x. Hungary responded by building a 175km (110 mile) fence along its Serbian border to keep them out.

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Does Europe Take In Enough Migrants? [Chart]

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  1. Agreed! There is zero obligation to accept ANY foreigners, ever. IF a country chooses to accept any foreigners it is completely on their terms. Therefore, it is no one else’s business to ask such ridiculous questions like “Does Europe Take in Enough Migrants”?

  2. Why should any country be obligated to admit into its borders any illegal alien against that country’s interests and security?

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