Finland’s Prime Minister Juha Sipilä says that the uncontrollable refugee crisis must be taken under control and European borders must be fixed. This year, Finland receives 600 Syrians from Turkish refugee camps. PM Sipilä also suggests Finland could increase its refugee quota temporarily, Helsingin Sanomat writes. According to PM Sipilä, this could be done once the uncontrollable wave of refugees is under control and Schengen’s outer borders are functioning as they should. Minister of the Interior Petteri Orpo agrees with PM Sipilä. He says that if the situation improves, all European countries must increase their quotas, Finland among them.