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Parliamentary questions
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30 March 2019
Question for written answer P-001556-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Norbert Erdős (PPE)

 Subject:  How does the EU make sure that terrorist immigrants cannot receive bank cards for refugees?
 Answer in writing 

It has been proved that the Syrian terrorist leader Hassan F., who was captured in Hungary, received an EU anonymous bank card for refugees. Information given by the Commission so far states that every such card is monitored, that the identity of each card-holder is known, and that their identity and the use of the cards are checked on a regular basis.

In the light of the above I have the following questions for the Commission:

1. How exactly are individuals receiving EU bank cards for refugees checked for national security purposes?
2. Which EU or Member State authorities conduct these checks?
3. Which Member State and EU agencies are involved in monitoring the use of these cards?

Original language of question: HU 
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