„Meanwhile, Anton Friesen, Member of the foreign affairs committee and the committee on humanitarian assistance and human rights of the German Parliament, drew attention to the different status of migrants who arrived in the EU countries.
“Only about one percent of the asylum seekers who came to Germany in the last years have got asylum. They are real refugees. But many other migrants for example from Syria have only temporary protection status. In my opinion the war in Syria is over. Many regions and cities in Syria are secure. That means migrants from Syria have to go back to their country immediately. And there is a large group of migrants – almost 700,000 – in Germany which has no right to be in our country. Their asylum application was rejected. These illegal migrants have to be deported by the German State at once,” the German politician said.“