Deported refugees and government officials lamented the suicide of a 23-year-old Afghan man who died six days after being deported from Germany, on a visit to a Kabul guesthouse on Thursday.
Returnees from Austria said they had been forced into a corner by European governments.
“I cannot live in Afghanistan and don’t know what to do? Where do I go? I want to survive and live in peace,” said Wazir Hussain.
While Sayed Kamal said he was deported “for no reason”.
A spokesperson from the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations, Hafiz Ahmad Maikhel, urged partners in Europe to show mercy to Afghan asylum seekers.
“We ask the European countries to consider violence in Afghanistan while they are processing the applications of Afghan asylum seekers,” he stated in a brief interview.
Jamal Nasser’s body was found at the Spinzar Hotel, temporary accommodation provided by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to returning migrants who have nowhere to go.
He was on a flight carrying 69 failed asylum seekers which left Munich on July 4. Interior Minister Horst Seehofer made a joke about celebrating his 69th birthday on the same date.
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