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German Minister Calls for Expulsion of Afghan Migrants

Michael Kretschmer, a minister in the Federal cabinet of Germany, has called for the expulsion of Afghan migrants from the country.

The Minister-President of Saxony emphasized that the German federal government should take steps to deport Afghan migrants to Afghanistan.

Michael Kretschmer said: "Of course, look at the number of them we accepted and granted asylum to, but see that some of them are criminals and engage in terrorist acts, which is unacceptable for German society, and the Foreign Ministry and also the immigration authorities in Berlin must take action and deport the perpetrators of crimes, even to Afghanistan."

Meanwhile, some Afghan citizens in Germany have expressed concern about this issue and have asked the German government not to associate the actions of a few individuals with all Afghan migrants in Germany.

"There should be a distinction made regarding Afghan migrants. Some have reached Germany with great difficulty. I hope there will be no disruption in the migrant process," said Khalil Rahman, an Afghan citizen in Germany.

The debate over the expulsion of Afghan migrants intensified after a recent attack in the city of Mannheim in southwestern Germany, where during a demonstration organized by an anti-Islamic movement, an Afghan injured several people, including a police officer, who later died from his injuries.

"We ask our dear youth to continue their peaceful lives in German society by following the laws and order and to focus on their studies and work," Najib Rahman Shamal, an international relations analyst, told TOLOnews.

Following the prominence of the issue of deporting Afghan migrants from Germany, the Foreign Ministry of the Islamic Emirate asked Germany not to expel Afghan migrants from the country.

German Minister Calls for Expulsion of Afghan Migrants

The Minister-President of Saxony emphasized that the German federal government should take steps to deport Afghan migrants to Afghanistan.

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Michael Kretschmer, a minister in the Federal cabinet of Germany, has called for the expulsion of Afghan migrants from the country.

The Minister-President of Saxony emphasized that the German federal government should take steps to deport Afghan migrants to Afghanistan.

Michael Kretschmer said: "Of course, look at the number of them we accepted and granted asylum to, but see that some of them are criminals and engage in terrorist acts, which is unacceptable for German society, and the Foreign Ministry and also the immigration authorities in Berlin must take action and deport the perpetrators of crimes, even to Afghanistan."

Meanwhile, some Afghan citizens in Germany have expressed concern about this issue and have asked the German government not to associate the actions of a few individuals with all Afghan migrants in Germany.

"There should be a distinction made regarding Afghan migrants. Some have reached Germany with great difficulty. I hope there will be no disruption in the migrant process," said Khalil Rahman, an Afghan citizen in Germany.

The debate over the expulsion of Afghan migrants intensified after a recent attack in the city of Mannheim in southwestern Germany, where during a demonstration organized by an anti-Islamic movement, an Afghan injured several people, including a police officer, who later died from his injuries.

"We ask our dear youth to continue their peaceful lives in German society by following the laws and order and to focus on their studies and work," Najib Rahman Shamal, an international relations analyst, told TOLOnews.

Following the prominence of the issue of deporting Afghan migrants from Germany, the Foreign Ministry of the Islamic Emirate asked Germany not to expel Afghan migrants from the country.

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