The Federal government has deported 36 from Afghanistan tribe of refugees to their home country. As the Bavarian state office for asylum, and returns, announced in Munich, brought with it the first deportation flight of the year, the men in the Afghan capital, Kabul.

in Total were involved, according to the eight provinces of the deportations. 23 of the 36 Affected lived recently in Bavaria. Among these twelve were the Bavarian authority, according to strong offenders sentenced.

The flight was 20. Collective expulsion to Afghanistan have been flown since the beginning of these deportations, around 500 people to Afghanistan. Deportation there of the situation in the country due to the security highly controversial. The war against the radical Islamic Taliban and the terrorist militia “Islamic state” (IS) from expanding. Only on Christmas eve have been killed in Kabul in an hour-long attack on several government buildings in at least 43 people. A total of 2018 in the case of 22 major attacks in Kabul, more than 550 people were killed.

For anxiety also reports that US President Donald Trump were recently a part of in Afghanistan, US troops could pull it off. At the same time, there are efforts to resolve the conflict politically. So far, several discussion meetings were held between representatives of the United States and high-ranking Taliban. This should lead to direct talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. Further discussions are planned for mid-January.

The Bavarian state office pointed out that according to the Federal government deportations to Afghanistan in General and without limitations. The Bavarian foreigners authorities are obliged, therefore, legally, enforceably obliged to leave Germany Afghan nationals, the decline, despite previous advice about the possibilities for organisational and financial support, voluntary departure, to deport.


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