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Report from the German government: Europe is threatened by new wave of migrants

BERLIN. A report by the federal government warned of an increasing migration from Turkey to Europe and especially Germany. "Against the background of the high migratory pressure, the lower acceptance among the population and the tense economic situation in the country, the Turkish authorities are intensifying the measures against migrants", says the document available to Bild newspaper.

Many Turkish communities "refused to accept new Syrian refugees". In Istanbul alone, 100,000 Syrians have left the city since the government crackdown. In addition, the law "to tighten asylum and deportation practices" that has been in established since December increases the pressure on immigrants. Among other things, it denies rejected asylum seekers social welfare and health care. Illegals should also bear the deportation costs themselves. Whoever leaves Turkey can lose protection status. Smugglers who therefore expected good business, would network more and coordinate prices.

By January 6, 1,081 illegals
In Burgenland, Austria, authorities had already registered around 250 illegal immigrants in the first three weeks of this year. In Lower Austria there were 70 people last weekend alone, mostly from Afghanistan. Former Interior Minister Herbert Kickl (FPÖ) warned about the new government in Austria: "The smugglers are already hearing the black and green signals loud and clear."

Between January and mid-December last year, more than 70,000 illegal migrants came to Europe from Turkey. By January 6, 1,081 were said to be illegal.

Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara last Friday to discuss the refugee pact. Turkey had previously accused the Federal Government and the EU of breaking the contract because Turkey was not being paid according to the agreement. Six billion euros should have been paid by the end of 2018 and Turkey has not yet received three billion euros, complained the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoglu, according to the dpa news agency.

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