According to information from the Federal Ministry of the Interior, currently more than 6,900 Turks residing in Germany must leave the country.
Only a few deportations to Turkey were possible: 296 Turks were deported during the nine months of this year. Turkey refuses to accept more than three quarters of Turkish exiles. This often happens, for example, if the country of origin does not issue passport-substituting documents.
In 2018, the only reason for tolerance towards the Turks who left Turkey was “expired travel documents”, the government said in response to a request from the Left Party. 20 percent of adult applicants from Turkey did not submit any documents.
To make matters worse, Turkey does not allow collective deportations with individual planes, so the Federal Republic of Germany must return every person on a regular scheduled flight.Austrian journalist: new Islamic republic is going to be formed in Europe