Germany to approve refugees from Ukraine: Interior Minister

The Interior Minister named Nancy Faesar made a statement that Germany is going to give approval to the people from Ukraine. Even if they are not from Germany, they are still going to get entry into the country.

Russia’s full-scale military operation in Ukraine, the minister mentioned that under the current circumstances, the nationality of the individuals would play a significant role in the decision of the nation to accept the refugees from Ukraine.

Faeser indicated, “We want to save lives. That doesn’t depend on the passport.”

As per the reports, a week after the invasion of Russia, which was known as a “special military operation” by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, more than 1.3 million people from Ukraine have headed to other European nations.

On Sunday, it has been expected that the number has been crossed to 1.5 million.

Moreover, on Thursday, March 3, the European Travel Commission (ETC) has shared a statement denouncing the military aggression by the Russian troops and alongside expressing solidarity with the individuals of Ukraine.

Faeser mentioned, “The vast majority of those who fled are Ukrainian nationals. People from other countries who already had a permanent right of residence in Ukraine bring this status with them.”

As per the Interior Minister, individuals who have escaped from Ukraine will not be subject to complex international protection procedures. They further added that the cooperation within the European nation authorities to assure the security and safety of citizens of Ukraine was historic.

According to these nations, more than 787,300 individuals have been escaped to Poland while around 30,000 to Germany.

On the other hand, the authorities of the European Union has taken various measures against Russia due to the attack.

Furthermore, on March 4, the Commission of the European Union has made the declaration of the suspension of cooperation with Russia in the European Neighbourhood Instrument cross-border cooperation programmes (ENI CBC) and the Interreg Baltic Sea programme.

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