Ukraine warfare: Brandenburg’s Interior Minister sees “deserter Ukrainians” being “supported” with citizen’s allowance | EUROtoday

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BRandenburg's Interior Minister Michael Stübgen (CDU) has criticized the fee of citizen's allowance to Ukrainian refugees. “It doesn't make sense to talk about supporting Ukraine as best as possible and, in the same breath, supporting deserting Ukrainians,” he instructed the editorial community Germany on Sunday.

“Regardless of this, the decision to immediately pay refugees from Ukraine citizen's allowance has proven to be a fundamental mistake.” The employment price of Ukrainians is negligible as a result of citizen's allowance has turn out to be “a brake on taking up work.”

“The federal government must urgently consider changing course here,” stated Stübgen. He is chairman of the Conference of Interior Ministers (IMK), which is assembly in Potsdam from Wednesday to Friday.

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Stübgen thus supported a requirement from Bavaria's Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU), who additionally needs to talk about the subject on the IMK. Herrmann had already stated in May: “The least we can do is not pay such a citizen's allowance, and especially not to men who are actually obliged to do military service in their Ukrainian homeland.” The males are wanted for the protection of Ukraine.