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Sorry Ukraine, We’ve Got Other Refugees To Help

Germany is kicking Ukrainian refugees out of their homes in order to make space for other illegal migrants from Africa and the Middle East.

When the war in Ukraine broke out, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians streamed into Germany, where they were welcomed with open arms, free money, and free housing. Now, Ukrainian refugees are increasingly taking a backseat to other migrants, with 1,700 told to leave their apartments in the Ore Mountains in Saxony to make room for newcomers.

The district office sent termination letters to Ukrainians occupying 650 apartments in the cities of Zschopau, Aue, and Marienberg. The letters told the tenants they would no longer have an apartment by July, which means they have just weeks to find new places to live.

The Zelensky government is also putting pressure on European countries to expel and return fighting-age Ukrainians so they may return and fight Russia.

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