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with 17,556 traveled from Afghanistan in international comparison. Now other local forces and relatives are to follow.

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A year after the deduction of NATO from Afghanistan, Germany assured 23,614 former Afghan local forces and family members. This is reported by the "Welt am Sonntag", citing information from the responsible Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF).

After that, 17,556 have already entered. The local forces are included in the total number, such as civil helpers for the Bundeswehr or interpreter : So far, 5,141 local forces have received an admission of admission, 3,756 of which have been entered so far.

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in international comparison, Germany is better than other European countries. Because less Afghans have offered a new home in a similar way to NATO use. This includes Great Britain and Italy. "To date, 10,100 people have been relocated to the United Kingdom," said the British message of the newspaper. The applicants, who worked for the armed forces, were admitted to the family.

The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has so far approved "1,218 visas with limited territorial validity for Afghan citizens". Another 278 entered the country as part of humanitarian corridors.

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The Union Group's foreign policy spokesman, Jürgen Hardt (CDU), said Zeitung: "So far, more

Afghans has recorded more NATO countries." But Greens politicians are not enough. They push for more generous and faster aids. , for example, emphasizes North Rhine-Westphalia's Minister of Flight and Integration, Josefine Paul: "I would like the federal government that the recording program will be implemented quickly." For humanitarian reasons, it is advisable and correct that Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens) is already Shortly after taking office at the top of the political agenda. (KNA)

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