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Afghan migrants are deported back home after EU deal with Kabul


Thousands of failed asylum seekers to be returned to Afghanistan after it signed an EU deal to take back its migrants 

  • A new terminal will be built at Kabul airport to handle at least 80,000 people who will start being deported immediately
  • The EU is expected to pledge £888million to support an agreement to readmit Afghan citizens returning
  • The EU will be able to forcibly send back those who ignore requests to leave
  • Tony Bunyan, director of Statewatch, said there is ‘no way’ Afghanistan is safe to return to

By John Stevens for the Daily Mail
Published: 18:04, 4 October 2016

Tens of thousands of failed asylum seekers will be sent back to Afghanistan after it signed a deal with the EU to take back an unlimited number of its migrants.

A new terminal will be built at Kabul airport to handle at least 80,000 people who will start being deported on flights immediately.

Afghanistan signed the agreement to readmit any Afghan citizen not granted asylum in Europe ahead of an aid summit tomorrow in Brussels where the EU is set to pledge 1billion euros (£888million) a year in support.

Failed Afghan asylum seekers will be forcibly returned to their homeland under a new agreement

8 thoughts on “Afghan migrants are deported back home after EU deal with Kabul

  1. The arguments against immigration are very strong.

    Immigration siphons off the industrious and clever, meaning exactly the folks who can help the world the most by staying where they are to help their own people. Our society doesn’t need their help; theirs’ does.

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    • I don’t think that too many of those flooding into the EU are the industrious or the clever. But unscrupulous and fanatical comes closer. You mix illegals with legals and AFAIAC no muslim is useful in the west.

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