Estonia able to deport 90 percent of migrants with failed asylum claims.

Estonia able to deport 90 percent of migrants with failed asylum claims.
Estonia able to deport 90 percent of migrants with failed asylum claims.
 
Rest of EU only 30%. 😖
 
Maybe the West EU bloc – which has alarming low rates of deportation – needs to take advice from Estonia. Or ‘progressive’ countries such as Italy should consult Hungary, Poland and Croatia (even Greece since March 2020) regarding pushbacks and denying entry (don’t worry, little EU Commission or UN can do nothing about it).
 
By contrast to Estonia, EU countries deport only 30 percent of illegals who do not successfully claim asylum. This is embarrassing; some countries cannot deport illegals as desired.
 
What does this say about ‘sovereignty’, when one cannot control events in own country? What does this say about a country that allows itself to be held hostage by aggressive males from alien cultures or scheming foreign leaders who demand foreign aid while refusing to take back its citizens.
 
Granted, Estonia has an easier task, considering most illegals in Estonia are from Moldova, Ukraine and Russia, which are usually also willing to accept back their citizens.
 
Still, there is no excuse not to deport those who are denied asylum and do not belong in Europe. This has led to more illegals calculating that once in, they are “untouchable” and in Europe to stay.
 
Deciding who stays and who must go is at the heart of national sovereignty and it must not be a choice given to the illegals.
 
Still, the EU hands out millions of developing aid to countries that refuse to take back its citizens.
 
Something is very strange and wrong about this approach, where a country refuses to forcefully deport illegals not eligible to stay.
 
So far, Estonia has gotten it right, while Germany and others remain on their knees.
 
https://news.err.ee/1608411983/estonia-is-able-to-deport-90-percent-of-migrants-with-failed-asylum-claims