Germany’s deportation flight was cancelled at short notice

Several Afghans were supposed to be deported from Munich – that was suspended. There were dead and injured in coordinated attacks in Kabul.

A deportation flight to Afghanistan originally planned for the evening has been cancelled at short notice by the German side, according to DPA information. Several Afghan men who should have flown from Munich to Kabul had already been brought to the Bavarian capital at the cancellation.

Accordingly, there was initially no official information about whether this decision was made in connection with the explosions in Kabul. In the previous few years, just men – primarily crook, thus called fear monger dangers – were sent back from Germany to Afghanistan against their will.

Federal politicians of the Greens and the Left do not consider deportations to the country justifiable after the recent advance of the Taliban. In contrast, the federal government recently advocated in Kabul that deportations should still be possible in principle.

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