Germany’s parliament on Wednesday passed a bill to tighten travel restrictions on foreigners living in the country.
The bill is expected to be approved in parliament later this month.
The measure, which requires all foreign nationals living in Germany to obtain a visa before leaving the country, was passed by a narrow margin.
In its introduction, the bill stated that the bill was aimed at protecting the security of German citizens, including foreigners who are citizens of a country affected by the ban.
However, the legislation has not yet been fully implemented.
The ban was first introduced in the United States in January and was signed by President Donald Trump.
Trump later announced that the United Kingdom and Germany would be temporarily suspending all refugee admissions.
However in May, the U.K. and Germany agreed to temporarily allow certain refugees to enter the country as long as the two countries continue to implement the ban on Syrians and others.
This agreement came after the U-K.
government said it would stop allowing Syrian refugees to stay in its ports of entry, and Germany, which has more than 2.7 million people living in refugee camps in Germany, agreed to halt accepting Syrian refugees until a new government is formed.
The U.S. ban on Syrian refugees has also been criticized for discriminating against Muslims.
Many have also called the ban discriminatory, and critics of the U,K.
ban have also said that it was not legally enforceable.
In addition to the ban, the new legislation requires German banks to keep records of all transactions made by refugees.
The German government is expected soon to enact a law to prevent foreigners from claiming asylum or other forms of protection in Germany without first securing a German passport.