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Europe and the new refugee influx from Afghanistan

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By Dr. EVANGELOS VENETIS
Expert on Islam and the Middle East

 

The year 2015 was a difficult year for Europe due to the unprecedented deterioration of the refugee and immigration problem as a result of the temporary destabilization of Iraq and Syria caused by the so-called Islamic State.

Six years later, Europe is in danger of facing a similar type of refugee influx within a month, this time coming from Afghanistan.

The cause of this already evolving refugee flow is the defeat and withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan.

Until now, Afghans have been treated by the EU administration, as “immigrants,” even though actually they have always been refugees, for their country is in constant civil war. This European policy in regard to the term “immigrant” for Afghans favored the European budget and asylum policy, as immigrants have less rights and benefits than refugees. The European policy on this issue is going to change.

Today, EU countries are taking a series of steps, including postponing the decision to repatriate Afghan “immigrants” because their homeland is plagued by the deteriorating civil war there. This move is expected to be systematized by signaling the change in the attitude of Brussels towards the Afghan refugees, characterizing them exactly as they are: refugees. At the same time, Brussels is called upon to systematize European asylum policy and support for EU entry countries. Special provision should also be made by the EU for Turkey’s financial support in this matter in order to mitigate refugee flows to Greece and Bulgaria.

Additionally the EU entry countries are called upon to organize itself to deal with the coming Afghan refugee wave. Greece, Bulgaria and Italy which are being tested by the COVID-19 pandemic must urgently draw up a plan to address the Afghan refugee issue so that they face adequately challenges regarding the Afghan refugee management and possible geopolitical ramification related to the new refugee influx.

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Balthasar Gerards
Balthasar Gerards
August 18, 2021
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The war AGAINST Afghanistan is over and the ‘refugees’ were on the wrong side of it.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Balthasar Gerards
August 18, 2021

true, but that still doesn’t explain why Europe has to clean up the mess made by the USA. If the US had any sense of responsibility and justice (it doesn’t), they themselves would look after these refugees which they created by invading this country.

Bilal
Bilal
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
August 19, 2021

It’s because the US was assisted by the nato, and thus these Europeaan countries are also responsible. But yes, we should sent some afghan refugees to the states and then some of Yemen, Syria. But then again, europe is still US’s bitch.

Balthasar Gerards
Balthasar Gerards
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
August 19, 2021

My country already had to deal with so-called refugees from Vietnam, They only worked for the invaders because of the money. When they started to live here, they had received a lot of cash from our government, and mocked Dutch children who were riding on a second hand bicycle. Everyone who got involved with them called them selfish.

Bilal
Bilal
Reply to  Balthasar Gerards
August 19, 2021

And then after vietnam ‘your country’ did the same thing in other countries. When will it learn? It ‘s weird that a nation that erradicated a whole civilisation ( native americansl) isn’t dealing with this. Or is invading other countries a freudian guilt trip? Like its need to be needed to legitimate its existance.

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