Dnevnik says stricter EU asylum rules still better than 3rd country deals

Ljubljana, 12 April - Reflecting on the EU's new migration and asylum pact, Dnevnik says that it accelerates at EU level what some member states have already been doing at different speeds: strengthening asylum procedures and speeding up the return of rejected migrants. The paper feels the tougher rules are a lesser evil compared to deals with third countries.

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