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    Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants

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    Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants Empty Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants

    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Jul 2018, 2:07 am

    Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants
    Arabic and International  Sunday 01 July 2018 at 12:15 pm (306 views)
    Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants 20180701_121530-670Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants
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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has signed agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants, including the Czech Republic and Hungary.

    Merkel , under pressure in her country over political asylum,  has offered her ruling partners a series of measures to boost immigration control, according to a document she sent to them on the eve of very important meetings on the government's continuance.

    Merkel said on the occasion that she had obtained the approval of 14 countries of the European Union to return immigrants registered in those countries, in addition to the agreements reached with Greece and Spain.




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    Merkel signs agreements with 14 new countries to expel migrants Empty German interior minister resigns over immigration crisis

    Post by Rocky Mon 02 Jul 2018, 2:44 am

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    German interior minister resigns over immigration crisis

    German Interior Minister Horst Zehover has resigned because of his row with German Chancellor Angela Merkel over the immigration crisis, according to Bild newspaper.
    The newspaper "Bild" German sources, not named, that Zehovr left the meeting room leaders of his party in Munich, after informing them of his intention to resign.
    Zehover's meeting with his party leaders in Munich on Sunday evening, for hours in which they listened to their assessment of the situation within the government, and the agreement reached by Merkel with European countries at the European summit held in Brussels on 28 and 29 June.
    The dispute between the Chancellor and the President of the Republic of Switzerland, where the latter insisted on preventing asylum seekers previously registered in other European countries from entering the country and forcibly returning them to the European countries coming from them, which Merkel rejected and insisted on a multilateral solution on the European level of the refugee crisis and not unilateral.
    Brussels hosted a two-day summit of the European Union, where migration and refugee repatriation issues were discussed. EU leaders were expected to try to agree on an integrated approach to migration problems, strengthen Libyan authorities' support for the Coast Guard, and support Member States and partners, as well as countries of origin and transit, including the western and eastern Mediterranean routes.


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