No More Deportations

Due to the Russo-Ukrainian war, deportations of foreign criminals from Germany to the affected region have been suspended.

Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from Die Welt. The translator’s comments are in square brackets:

Deportations to many countries suspended

Because of the Russian war of aggression, all federal states are suspending the deportation of criminals and other persons who are obliged to leave the country to Eastern European countries. As research by Welt am Sonntag showed, this not only affects Russia and Ukraine, but also Belarus, Moldova, Romania and other countries.

Since Russia’s attack on Ukraine, criminals and other persons obliged to leave Germany have not been deported not only to these two countries, but also to the neighboring states of Belarus and Moldova.

Deportations are “no longer possible until further notice due to the closure of airspace or the suspension of direct scheduled air traffic for actual reasons,” as the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior announced to Welt am Sonntag. Accordingly, the airspace over the Republic of Moldova was blocked until April 25 and the airport in the capital Chisinau was temporarily closed.

A halt to repatriations also applies “due to the high burden” for the “strongly affected refugee destination countries of Poland, Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.” Due to the dynamically developing situation in Ukraine, Poland and Romania have announced that transfers will not be accepted until further notice in order to relieve the burden. Exceptions are not possible, according to the Ministry of the Interior in Baden-Württemberg.

The so-called return transfers according to the Dublin III regulation have therefore been stopped for the time being in these EU countries, which care for a particularly large number of people who have fled Ukraine. With these deportations within the EU, several thousand asylum seekers who continue to travel within the EU without permission are brought back from the destination country to the country responsible for their initial reception.

A spokesman for the State Office for Immigration (LEA) in Berlin said that people who could not be returned were currently given a toleration for six months. As soon as the airspace is open again, the situation must be reassessed. The Berlin head of the police union (GdP), Norbert Cioma, warned of a backlog of returns that would build up as a result. But he also said: “In the current situation, it is absolutely the right decision not to deport people to these countries.”

A large part of the deportations takes place from Germany by plane and not by land. In 2021, almost 12,000 people were deported from Germany. The main destination countries of the flights included Serbia, Pakistan, Moldova and Romania.

According to the Federal Ministry of the Interior, more than 288,000 war refugees were registered in Germany by Thursday. However, the number is not complete because there is no obligation for refugees from Ukraine to register. [Who came up with this “brilliant” plan for a perfect storm?]

The federal and state governments are consulting in a working group to negotiate the costs of taking in refugees. A result should be available by April 7th. The federal states demand a flat rate of €1,000 per person per month from the federal government as well as the complete assumption of the accommodation costs.

Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD), Finance Minister Christian Lindner (FDP) and other cabinet members met with representatives of the municipalities on Friday. The Vice President of the German Association of Cities, Burkhard Jung (SPD), was then confident that the federal government would agree to such a flat rate.

In addition, it became apparent in the conversation that, in the medium term, refugees from Ukraine will receive the same benefits as Hartz IV recipients, as several participants at the meeting reported. An non-bureaucratic solution is also being sought — such as a sticker in the passport — so that refugees who have found a job can work before they register.

Afterword from the translator:

The airport in the Moldovan capital Chisinau was temporarily closed. Strange — only yesterday a plane took off from this very airport to bring 117 Ukrainian refugees to Erfurt/Thuringia. You can take off but not land? Then where did the plane from Moldova fly back to? In the case of criminals, could it be that these are nationals of the countries concerned, and who refuse to be returned or transferred? It is also completely INSANE that Germans allow their own future and thus that of their children to be destroyed. You can see that in all the elections since 2015, the political parties that want destruction (de- and repopulation) have been elected over and over.

The Germans only wake up when everything is destroyed. No protests against mass immigration; on the contrary, everyone is “welcomed”.

Putin started the War and native Germans are supposed to suffer for it. Steinmeier and Habeck say it quite openly. Does anyone hear a protest “NO”? Protests come only when everything is destroyed, and then everyone is surprised when the Germans become “radical” again — if any are left alive.

Greetings from 1933.

One thought on “No More Deportations

  1. Yes. I read the Chechen telegram channel. The deportation of Chechens from Germany and France has been suspended.

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