Refugees could be returned from Latvia to their home countries

  • 2016-04-14
According to Ilze Petersone-Godmane, the Latvian Interior Ministry State Secretary, refugees could be returned to their countries of origin should the conflicts in their home countries subside.  She added that in the event of a halt in conflict, their refugee status would be reviewed and they may have to return to their home country.  Petersone-Godmane explained that a hot political topic in Germany at present is what to do regarding persons who arrived during the 1990s, as a result of fleeing the Balkan conflict. According to German law, they...
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