Germany wants to collaborate with the Netherlands and Belgium against break-ins
Police forces in three German federal states want to cooperate more with the Dutch and Belgian police against the growing number of residential burglary gangs that use the open borders to disappear.
Monday come, according to German media, the responsible ministers in Aachen together to make a statement about signing.
It comes to the Netherlands and Belgium, neighbouring federal states of North rhine-Westphalia, lower Saxony and Rhineland-Palatinate. Only in North rhine-Westphalia, saw the police the number of break-ins last year with more than 18 percent to grow.
The agreement will have next month all lead to common controls.