Germany: Wüst accuses Scholz of failing in deportation initiative


Berlin - "It's crunching everywhere: it can't go on like this," North Rhine-Westphalia's Minister President Hendrik Wüst told Stern magazine. "And the chancellor is not living up to his own claim to deport on a large scale." "Not nearly enough migration agreements are being concluded that would facilitate repatriation." Wüst called for a debate on reception centers for refugees in third countries.

"We know that migration pressure remains high and that Germany remains an attractive destination. That is why we must be open to such solutions," he said, referring to Britain and Italy, which have reception centers in Rwanda and Albania, respectively. "I understand the skepticism, but I ask the counter question: What if we don't do this?" says Wüst. "A migration policy that ignores what is going on in our society is a detonator for social cohesion."

In North Rhine-Westphalia alone, up to 5,000 refugees arrive each month. "The communities are at their limit.

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