Of all the EU countries, Germany most often provides asylum. About 40 percent of positive asylum or other protection status decisions were made in Germany last year. This is reported by the statistical office of the EU Eurostat.
A total of 333,404 asylum applications were filed in the EU last year. In Germany there were 139,600. Italy (47,900) and France (41,400) followed. The EU accounted for 60 percent of positive decisions in 2017.
The number of people seeking protection has continued to decline across the EU compared to 2017, a decrease of almost 40 percent. The most recognized refugees were immigrants from Syria (96,100 people), Afghans (53,500 people) and Iraqis (24,600 people). 70 percent of Syrians received protection status in Germany.
On the website http://en-rus.co.uk/problemy-bezhencev/66-bezhency.html I read the following: “refugees have virtually the same rights as the indigenous people of Europe …. asylum-seekers, Russian asylum seekers , granted a residence permit, preferential housing … and so forth. “Whether this is true or not, I decided to ask the well-known German human rights activist Dmitrij Adamow.
“Who told you such nonsense? Since when have Russian asylum seekers been separated from others? In addition, if you are a Russian, but you do not have millions of euros, or at least dollars, your chances of getting asylum are zero. Especially in the UK. Moreover, I was struck by how the situation is presented on this site. Russian refugees, practically, were elevated above others …. Russians can be allowed … Russians are allowed … Russians face a problem … and what, for example, the Syrians are not allowed to do anything that is allowed to Russian refugees? ”
Recently, a lot of information has appeared that late migrants are fleeing back from Germany: who is to Kazakhstan, who is to Russia. What is the reason?
“You know, I’ve been in Germany for almost 16 years,” said human rights activist Adamow. – faced with many problems. As himself, and as a human rights activist with the problems of other people. Most returning people, as reasons for returning, indicate either disagreement with the fact that children in primary school are undergoing sex education, or problems with the youth affairs office. As for “sexual learning”, I can say that I watched a video that was shown to students, there is nothing vulgar there. As for the problems with the youth affairs department, I myself had to communicate with the employees of this department and cannot say anything bad. On the contrary, I met goodwill and desire on their part to help in solving various problems related to children. The main reason for the return of people back, I am convinced that people simply did not find themselves in a foreign country. Here is another culture, other traditions, another language. Many are hard in exile. ”
In recent years, the flow of refugees from the republics of the former USSR has noticeably dried up. What is the reason?
“Many people come to Europe not so much because of problems of a political nature related to their opposition to the ruling regime, but in the hope of earning money. – says Dmitrij Adamow. – Many believe that it is enough that they have come, for example, to Germany, and the euro, which is not drying up, will rush into their pockets. And suddenly they face problems that they have not even heard about in Russia, or in Kazakhstan, for example. Not only are they denied asylum, the living conditions in a foreign country are radically different from the living conditions in their home country. Not everyone can stand it and return voluntarily back home. Someone is being deported. At home, they talk about their adventures, and other people who also planned to rush to Europe would think about whether they should? Do I have to lose a few years of my life in pursuit of a ghostly heat-bird? ”