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Germany Seeks to Deport Afghan Refugees via Uzbekistan

German media reported that the government is in talks with Uzbekistan to deport Afghan refugees to Afghanistan through this country.

According to these reports, the German government is working on this plan with Uzbekistan without direct consultation with the Islamic Emirate.

Mohammad Khan Talebi Ahmadzai, an activist for refugee rights, said: "The federal government's decision and its negotiations with third countries, namely Pakistan and Uzbekistan, clearly violate human rights and international conventions. The German federal government should reconsider this matter."

Meanwhile, some Afghan citizens residing in Germany are asking the German government and international migration organizations not to associate this issue with other Afghan citizens in Germany.

Ali Wahdat, an Afghan citizen in Germany, said: "In the past two weeks, we have witnessed some violent attacks by Germans against refugees."

Ali Reza Karimi, another Afghan citizen in Germany, said: "This issue should not be linked to other Afghan citizens in Germany. Moreover, the current situation can be very difficult for Afghan refugees."

Following the prominence of this issue, the Islamic Emirate also stated that the actions of some Afghan citizens in Germany are personal matters and should not lead to the deportation of other Afghan citizens from the country.

Parwiz Shamal, an international relations expert, said: "Disrupting public order in Germany can have very negative impacts on the cases of those Afghans whose asylum applications are still under review."

The debate over the deportation of Afghans and other refugees intensified after an organized protest by an anti-Islamic movement, during which an Afghan injured several people, including a police officer who later died from his injuries.

Germany Seeks to Deport Afghan Refugees via Uzbekistan

According to these reports, the German government is working on this plan with Uzbekistan without direct consultation with the Islamic Emirate.

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German media reported that the government is in talks with Uzbekistan to deport Afghan refugees to Afghanistan through this country.

According to these reports, the German government is working on this plan with Uzbekistan without direct consultation with the Islamic Emirate.

Mohammad Khan Talebi Ahmadzai, an activist for refugee rights, said: "The federal government's decision and its negotiations with third countries, namely Pakistan and Uzbekistan, clearly violate human rights and international conventions. The German federal government should reconsider this matter."

Meanwhile, some Afghan citizens residing in Germany are asking the German government and international migration organizations not to associate this issue with other Afghan citizens in Germany.

Ali Wahdat, an Afghan citizen in Germany, said: "In the past two weeks, we have witnessed some violent attacks by Germans against refugees."

Ali Reza Karimi, another Afghan citizen in Germany, said: "This issue should not be linked to other Afghan citizens in Germany. Moreover, the current situation can be very difficult for Afghan refugees."

Following the prominence of this issue, the Islamic Emirate also stated that the actions of some Afghan citizens in Germany are personal matters and should not lead to the deportation of other Afghan citizens from the country.

Parwiz Shamal, an international relations expert, said: "Disrupting public order in Germany can have very negative impacts on the cases of those Afghans whose asylum applications are still under review."

The debate over the deportation of Afghans and other refugees intensified after an organized protest by an anti-Islamic movement, during which an Afghan injured several people, including a police officer who later died from his injuries.

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