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Germany: North Rhine-Westphalia wants more engagement in deportation of threats

North Rhine-Westphalia's integration minister Joachim Stamp (FDP) has accused the federal government of a lack of engagement in the deportation of Islamist supporters to their countries of origin.

Düsseldorf - for this he primarily blames Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) and Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (SPD): "My impression is that overall there is not the necessary commitment among the top leaders" Stamp told Die Welt. "Incidentally, this applies not only to the deportation of threats, but also to the entire repatriation management. This also applies to the strengthening of rights to stay for well-integrated people."

It "makes sense if comprehensive migration agreements are concluded with the countries of origin, as is also demanded by many migration experts". One must "come from an irregular to a regular migration according to our conditions," demanded Stamp. "The federal government has done too little over the years. Mr Seehofer's time was a lost time in this regard. Not enough happened during the German EU Council Presidency." This year seven foreign supporters were returned from North Rhine-Westphalia. two others left voluntarily under surveillance.

Since taking office in 2017, the black and yellow state government has taken a total of 28 people who are at risk and 24 people who are relevant to security out of the country; thus NRW ranks ahead in a nationwide comparison.

Source: DerNewsticker
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