German president Joachim Gauck visits asylum residence in Bad Belzig
During the ongoing asylum debate in Germany, the German president Joachim Gauck visits a Asylum Seekers Residence in Bad Belzig. 135 refugees from Syria and Afghanistan wait here for the authorities to decide about their asylum application.
During ongoing asylum debate in Germany, the German president Joachim Gauck visits a Residence for Asylum Seekers in Bad Belzig, Brandenburg. Gauck makes a tour thorugh the asylum shelter in the Weitzgrunder Weg and talks to the residents.
In the Residence live acutally 135 Refugees, mostly from Syria and Afghanistan and wait for the German authorities to decide about their asylum application.
Critics say the Asylum Shelter is not representative because most residences for Asylum Seekers in Brandenburg in very poor condition and the one in Bad Belzig, build in a Scandinavian holiday home style is regarded as a showpiece.
In Brandenburg currently live around 1800 Refugees, most of them (444) are from Afghanistan.