Mirwais Samadi, Afghanistan’s ambassador to Athens, is asking the European Union to allow its compatriots to enter Western countries and, in the current situation, not to prevent Afghans from even fleeing the country illegally from the Taliban.
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At the beginning of September, all the interior ministers jointly adopted a statement calling for the protection of the deadline and the assistance of refugees. The statement also states that the EU and often want to take action against mass migration.
Asylum Commissioner Ylva Johansson said that compliance with the Geneva Asylum Conventions does not mean that an asylum application can only be made in the European Union. Everyone wants to avoid the mistakes of the past and not have to move when the wave of migration arrives at our borders. There are many safe countries between Afghanistan and the university.
Supported reinforcements will be provided to countries around Afghanistan, helping to stabilize the region, the statement said.
An estimated five million Afghans have been forced to flee their homes, and 2.2 million Afghan refugees are already living in neighboring countries.
Almost all Hungarians reject the compulsory distribution of migrants
The majority of respondents to the previously launched national consultation, which was completed by more than 1.4 million people, reject the compulsory distribution of migrants and consider the Hungarian government’s migration policy to be correct. The position of the Hungarian government is the same: the Hungarian government does not know about the mandatory distribution of migrants.
In the cover photo: Afghan people arrive in Pakistan at the Chaman border crossing (Photo: MTI / AP / Jafar Han)