Denmark extends border control until May 2018

Germany renews border checks with Austria Greece

Denmark extends border control until May 2018

Germany will extend until may 2018 controls at its borders, a decision justified by the threat of "terrorist" and the fight against " illegal immigration", also said on Thursday the German minister of the Interior Thomas de Maizière.

It added the Austrian land border remained the focus of irregular migration while more unauthorized entry was made by air from Greece.

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Border controls were introduced on May 11 for six months after the European Commission advised some member states to take measures to deal with the refugee crisis.

The EU had wanted the border controls to be abolished by the end of the year, but five of the bloc's countries, including Denmark, have sought to change the rules to allow for border controls to stay in place for up to four years.

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"At the same time, we can not close our eyes to the serious terrorist threat against Denmark. The government therefore finds it necessary to maintain border control for now", she said according to DR.

Following the extension, the controls will be in place until May 12 - taking their total time in existence to over 28 months.

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