Baden-Württemberg: Gentges warns: the refugee situation is getting worse

Stuttgart/Berlin (dpa/lsw) - Baden-Württemberg's Justice Minister Marion Gentges (CDU) has warned that the situation in the accommodation of refugees will continue to deteriorate.

Baden-Württemberg: Gentges warns: the refugee situation is getting worse

Stuttgart/Berlin (dpa/lsw) - Baden-Württemberg's Justice Minister Marion Gentges (CDU) has warned that the situation in the accommodation of refugees will continue to deteriorate. "In view of the still rapidly increasing number of people seeking protection, we as a state - and especially our municipalities - see ourselves and will be confronted with an enormous stressful situation," she wrote in a letter to Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser (SPD), about which the "Stuttgarter Zeitung" and the "Stuttgarter Nachrichten" (Wednesday) report. "All levels of our admissions and foreigners administration are on the edge of their performance limits," says Gentges.

So far this year, Baden-Württemberg has taken in 139,000 people from Ukraine, 22,000 asylum seekers and 3,000 people as part of humanitarian aid. The federal government must ensure at European level that the promised balanced distribution of the burden is effectively implemented. To do this, an efficient system for distributing the refugees among the member states must be created, which not only enables redistribution but also that people are sent back. "However, I can't see any efforts being made by the federal government," the newspapers quote Gentge as saying.

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