In the first three quarters of the outgoing year, Moldovan citizens submitted to the FRG authorities about 1,500 applications for asylum.

In the first three quarters of the outgoing year, Moldovan citizens submitted to the FRG authorities about 1,500 applications for asylum.


Against the background of Chisinau’s difficulties with paying for Russian gas, which could lead to a heating cutoff, some Moldovan citizens decided to move to more pleasant regions of Europe.

According to high-ranking official of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Germany Helmut TeichmannThe number of applications for asylum from immigrants from this post-Soviet state has increased by 80% in recent months, according to BalkanInsight.

So, if in June this year 111 refugees arrived from Moldova to the FRG, then in July – 231, and in August – already 431. Further – more.

In total, in the first three quarters of the outgoing year, the “Bessarabians” submitted to the FRG authorities about 1,500 asylum applications, none of which for some reason were rejected immediately, says Helmut Teichman. Instead, the Germans conscientiously undertake to check why this or that family suddenly took off. Indeed, for a full-fledged refugee status, it is necessary that a person at home, for example, be persecuted for his political views.

There is no need to talk about the persecution of dissenting Moldovans – just a person is looking for where he is better. But what are the newly arrived refugees counting on if, in the end, a potential new homeland rejects them anyway?

The inhabitants of the once fraternal country have long ago figured out the German system. Consideration of an application for asylum is a serious business – and therefore a long one. Six months, or even seven months will pass until the German official collects all the papers to justify the refusal. All this time, humane Germans take care of newcomers, they are accommodated in hostels (inferior, especially by European standards, but there is warmth and water, you can live), give them food coupons and, most importantly, pay benefits. A family of three can easily count on one thousand euros a month. This is more than double the average salary in Moldova!

That is, you can come and calmly spend the winter in Germany at the expense of the burghers and their taxes. Isn’t it a European dream?

– There is one more scheme, – says Deputy of the Hamburg Regional Parliament (AfD Party) Olga Petersen… – Let’s say one migrant arrives in Germany with his family, gets a job as a laborer with a salary of 450 euros. The money is small, so social services pay him extra: for housing, for children and about 400 euros for each minor family member. You can already live on this.

Now, according to official data, in Hamburg alone there are 57.5 thousand refugees (with almost two million inhabitants of the Free City). Afghanistan is the leader in “donor countries” – over 11 thousand. Moldovans are not yet reflected in these statistics. However, given the pace of their flight to Europe, it is only a matter of time.

Of course, there is also a risk. After all, when it comes to the German migration authorities that the “unfortunate refugee” is simply fooling them for a roof over his head and food, he will be sent home with a ban on entry to Germany. But, as it turned out, this can be avoided. I stayed for 4-5 months, and then politely withdrew the application. They say, excuse me, mayne freund, the circumstances have changed. Then in a year, when the threat of heating shutdown hangs over Chisinau again, it will be possible to repeat the trick again.


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