The first plane, including the individuals from the war-torn nation, landed successfully from Moldova in Frankfurt on the previous Friday, March 25.
The Interior Ministry of Germany has issued a statement in which the announcement was made that the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Federal Ministry of Interior and Homeland had opened the air transport to Germany in a joint effort.
As per the sources, the step followed the German initiative that has been declared by Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock and Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser to welcome a maximum of 2,500 refugees from Ukraine to Germany.
Moreover, the Federal Minister of the Interior named Nancy Faeser has expressed her gratitude to the state of Rhineland-Palatinate for their willingness to welcome the individuals from Ukraine, including that for a short time period.
According to Minister Faeser, the nation will be a hub for fair distribution of refugees in Europe and work more hard on further flight links.
Along with this, they mentioned, “In view of the terrible suffering of the refugees, we also want to ensure shorter travel distances, rapid medical treatment, and good accommodation. Above all, the children, women, older adults, and people with disabilities who have fled urgently need our help. I am very grateful to the state of Rhineland-Palatinate for taking in the refugees from Moldova, whom we welcome together today. Rhineland-Palatinate shows a great willingness to help and solidarity.”
The statement further added, “This also shows the great willingness to help throughout the country. The Republic of Moldova has had an enormous number of refugees in recent weeks war refugees and is doing great things. Therefore, it was a matter of course for me to comply with Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock’s request and support the airlift.”