Belgium will start sending again asylum seekers back to Greece, something it had been unable to do for seven years.
Belgium will start applying the conditions of the Dublin Regulation again, under which asylum-seekers’ applications must be dealt with in the first EU country they entered.
The European Court of Human Rights had condemned Belgium in 2011 for violating the European Convention on Human Rights. At the time, Greece had a refugee reception system that did not guarantee humane living...
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