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    Germany plans to return 10,000 Iraqis to the country

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    Post by Rocky Thu 15 Feb 2018, 4:10 am

    Germany plans to return 10,000 Iraqis to the country

    Thursday 15 February


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    Germany announced on Thursday its desire to return 10 thousand Iraqi refugees through two consultative centers will be opened in the Kurdistan region and Baghdad. 

    Germany has received tens of thousands of Iraqi refugees, especially in the past few years, many of whom have been granted asylum, especially those directly affected by the conflict. 

    " Berlin wants to facilitate the return of Iraqi refugees to their country after it decided to open two consultative centers for migration in Baghdad and Erbil ," the German news agency DPA said .



    "The project is expected to contribute to the return of 10,000 Iraqi refugees to their country Currently working for the immigration advisory centers of the program of repatriation of refugees," said German Development Minister Gerd Muller at the donor conference for reconstruction of Iraq, which concluded yesterday in Kuwait, 

    prospects in the homeland, "in Albania, Ghana, Kosovo, Morocco, Senegal, Serbia and Tunisia. 

    Germany plans to open centers in Nigeria, Afghanistan and Egypt , in addition to Iraq. 

    the work of these centers to facilitate the integration of returning refugees in their countries of origin as well as the definition of legal ways to immigrate to Germany . 

    WIM Iraqis have been one of the largest refugee groups in Germany in recent years and are concentrated in Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony and Berlin.






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