German chancellor wants to deport rejected asylum seekers

Olaf Scholz (SPD) emphasizes that anyone who does not need protection must return to their home country.

Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz insists on the return of migrants to their home countries who are not recognized as refugees or asylum seekers in Germany or are accepted as workers. “If Germany guarantees protection for people who are being persecuted, those who cannot claim this protection must go back to their homeland,” he told the “Bild am Sonntag”.

He acknowledged that there are problems with the countries of origin to take the people back. “We now have to solve this major task resolutely. In return, we are opening up legal channels so that skilled workers from these countries can come to us.”

negotiate an agreement

He pointed out that the German federal government was working with the FDP politician Joachim Stamp have appointed a new officer to deal with these migration issues. “His job is to negotiate such agreements with the countries of origin.”

Scholz met the Italian Prime Minister on Friday Giorgia Meloni talked about migration issues. The topic will also be discussed at the special EU summit in Brussels next Wednesday and Thursday.

By Editor

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