Germany to spend €93.6bn on refugees until 2020 – report



The German government will allocate nearly €94 billion for incoming refugees over the next five years. This includes housing, integration, German language courses and social welfare benefits, and dealing with the underlying causes of the refugee influx.

Germany’s Der Spiegel cites a Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF) statement, which estimates that the number of asylum seekers entering the country will be around 600,000 in 2016, some 400,000 in 2017 and about 300,000 each consecutive year.

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One comment to “Germany to spend €93.6bn on refugees until 2020 – report”
  1. Germans and other W. Europeans are fools to give their countries away. Soon mass killing and mayhem by these third world scum, will turn Europe into a Caliphate and the people are blinded to this fact because they are morons, unable to think critically.

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