“What has happened [in Germany] in the last few days is horrible and inhuman. Perhaps, EU migration policy should be reconsidered. The system on the borders is [still] valid but the events of recent days are not predictable,” Sheligo said.
On Friday, in Munich, the capital of Germany’s southeastern state of Bavaria, 18-year-old German-Iranian man Ali David Sonboly opened fire in the crowded Olympia shopping mall and a nearby McDonald's restaurant, killing nine people before committing suicide.
On Sunday, a 21-year-old Syrian asylum seeker attacked a 42-year-old pregnant Polish woman with a machete in the southern German town of Reutlingen. The victim died as a result of the attack while five other people were injured.
Also on Sunday, an explosion went off in the southern German city of Ansbach, not far from a music festival venue. The blast left one person dead and at least 12 injured. Local police believe that the man killed by the explosion, a Syrian national whose asylum application had been rejected, detonated the bomb.