Parliament members in lower house have summoned Minister of Foreign Affairs Salahuddin Rabbani and Minister of Refugee and Repatriation Sayed Hussien Alemi Balkhi on Afghan migrants forced expelling by the European countries on Wednesday.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Salahuddin Rabbani has stated that 7 European countries have signed a memorandum of Understanding on migrants issues, officials in Afghanistan Government is trying to sign a memorandum of understanding with European countries on Afghan migrants forced expelling.
“7 memorandum of understanding has been signed in between the European countries which forced expelling of Afghan migrants from Europe where Afghan Government doesn’t accept the decision made Minister of Foreign affairs Salahuddin Rabbani said,”
No chartered plans which are delivering those Afghan migrants, whom were forcedly evicted from Europe, will be allowed to land in Afghanistan’s airports Mr. Rabbani added.
Meanwhile Minister of Refugee and Repatriation Sayed Hussien Alemi Balkhi said,” exchanging of words and talks in between the Afghan officials and European countries have saved 40 percent of Afghan migrants not to be expelled by force from European countries,”
Mps have criticized the Afghan Government policy towards Afghan migrants abroad.
Mp Asadullah Saadati said,” Afghanistan is not having a good policy towards Afghan migrants, this has increased the numbers of Afghan migrants to be expelled by force by the European countries.”
“Based on the Geneva convention none of the countries could expel migrants by force, therefore Afghan Government is responsible for its citizens to act and defend their rights Mp Farhad Azimi said,”
Insecurity, unemployment, poor economy have made the Afghans to leave their country for Europe, some of the migrants have lost their life on the way, some still have no clear destination to go.
Reported by Rafi Sediqee