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    Germany announces additional financial aid to Iraqis in exchange for return to their country

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    Germany announces additional financial aid to Iraqis in exchange for return to their country Empty Germany announces additional financial aid to Iraqis in exchange for return to their country

    Post by Rocky Mon 18 Dec 2017, 4:07 am

    Germany announces additional financial aid to Iraqis in exchange for return to their country
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    German Interior Minister Thomas de Mezier said on Monday that some 200 people have been able to apply for additional financial assistance to those who have been denied asylum in return for voluntary repatriation. 

    According to Minister de Mezier, his ministry received nearly 200 return requests during the first 10 days of the program, mostly from Iraq, Afghanistan and Russia. 

    The German minister rejected the criticism of the program, stressing that the amounts allocated to asylum seekers agree to return to their countries under this program is much less than the cost of social assistance to the government if the stay of asylum seekers in the country for longer periods. 

    Financial aid is not paid in cash, but is transferred to refugee accounts after they return home, so they can spend on buying or equipping housing.

    De Mezier expressed the hope that this measure would help returning refugees to "stand on their feet" and stabilize their countries so as not to try to reach Europe again. 

    De Mezier stressed that his country is expected to host less than 200,000 refugees this year, while Germany will receive some 280,000 refugees in 2016 and about 800,000 in 2015. 

    Germany remains the most attractive country for asylum seekers among the EU countries , But German governments grant asylum to less than half of the students. 

    There are currently around 115,000 people who have been denied asylum and who have to leave Germany under the law.



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