Germany has agreed with Poland and the Czech Republic on joint border patrols in their territories, according to a Friday statement by the German interior minister, Nancy Faeser quoted by Reuters.
Polish and German services will cooperate more closely in combatting illegal migration by creating a special Polish-Czech-German taskforce, the Polish interior minister has said.
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The prime minister of the German state of Saxony has called for checks on the borders with Poland and the Czech Republic owing to the growing number of migrants crossing into Germany.
There is currently no justification to reinstate controls on the Polish-German border, the two countries interior ministers said in a joint statement on Tuesday.
Poland would like EUR 2.2 billion from the European Union to cover the cost of sheltering and caring for each Ukrainian refugee, a deputy interior minister has said.
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