Last week, 139 migrants from Greece arrived in Germany, but the Federal Ministry of the Interior refuses to release data about their ages, nationality and gender despite a press request for that information.
The interior ministry did send press release with the title: “Another flight with sick children and unaccompanied minors from Greece landed in Hanover.” In addition to the 51 unaccompanied minors, there were 17 sick children and their core families. What is less clear is the age, gender and nationality of those 51 unaccompanied migrant minors.
With underage and unaccompanied asylum seekerscosting around €5,000per month just for accommodation and the German state planning to spend€64.5 billion on migrantsover the next four years, some German taxpayers are curious about where their money is going, prompting the German news outletJunge Freiheitto request the Federal Ministry of the Interior release gender, age, and nationality information.
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