Debates over immigrants from Bulgaria, Romania exaggerated, says Martin Schulz: Deutschlandradio

Berlin. European Parliament President Martin Schulz thinks that the debates over the inflow of poor immigrants from East Europe are exaggerated, Deutschlandradio reported.
“There is no mass poverty migration from Romania or anywhere else,” Schulz remarked.
The social-democrat confessed that some German regions, such as Ruhr, were seriously burdened. According to him, these issues, however, may be overcome with financial and administrative support for the municipalities.
“90% of all Roma families that arrive are not “severe cases”,” Schulz said, adding that they needed help for their integration, education of the kids and other social issues.
“One should speak directly when it comes to the hard cases. Everything is achievable,” the EP President said further.

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