Often ranked among the poorest countries of the EU, Romania along with Bulgaria prepare to negotiate refugee quotas or numbers at the level of the EU.
Therefore, it would be wise to see how much is Romania able to spend per day per refugee. Numbers reflect the current situation:
Refugee centers: 6
Total capacity: 1,500
Occupied capacity: 20% (present date)
Food+accommodation: 1.08 EUR/DAY
Financial allowance: 0.13 EUR/DAY
Food and accommodation reflect the costs incurred currently by the Romanian state meaning that the daily allowance is exactly what a refugee in Romania receives.
Aside the foregoing, the Romanian state also needs to provide appropriate healthcare. These costs reflect a period of 6 months in which the Romanian authorities decide to grant or refuse asylum.
After he/she is recognized as a refugee and not exceeding 9 months, along with several rights, he/she also receives an allowance of 121 EUR/month until getting a job. Considering the high unemployment rate, getting a job quickly is unlikely.
EU countries having directly affected the political stability of Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan should really look around themselves.