The German government denied knowledge of a document which allegedly says Germany expects to receive 1.5 million refugees this year, at a press conference in Berlin on Monday. Over the weekend, the 'Bild' newspaper said it had seen a paper stating that 1.5 million refugees might arrive this year, but spokesperson of the Federal government Georg Streiter said "nobody knows [about] this paper." Harald Neymanns, spokesperson of the German Interior Ministry, confirmed however that September "will be the month with the highest influx numbers for many years." When asked if Germany had reached the limit of its solidarity with refugees, Streiter declared that "Germany cannot solve all problems from all over the world in Germany," adding that protection of the external borders of Europe is part of Germany's refugee policy. Finally, the Foreign Office confirmed that since 2012, the value of aid provided by the German federal government for the challenge of the Syrian crisis had cost a total of €1 billion euros ($1.12 billion).
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