Kabul/IBNS: As many as 230 Afghanistan migrants have been deported from different cities in Turkey, media reports said.
According to reports, most deported Afghan refugees were undocumented and illegal migrants, reports Khaama Press.
Based on the reports, the Turkish authorities have emphasized that they will continue identifying illegal asylum seekers in the eastern city of Agri, Turkey, the news agency reported.
Earlier, the General Directorate of Migration of Turkey announced that it had deported some 68,290 Afghan asylum seekers out of 124,441 undocumented migrants during the past year.
Approximately 68,290 Afghan residents, 12,511 Pakistanis, and migrants from other countries were deported from Turkey in the previous year, according to the General Directorate of Migration. The Turkish government’s migration office maintains that it will deport more undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers this year, including 227 citizens of Afghanistan, Khaama Press reported.
Since the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, a large number of people have escaped the country.