Pakistan has announced that it will refuse to take back any of its nationals who are being deported from Europe for illegal immigration or terrorism offenses.
The announcement, made by Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on November 6, means that the Asian nation will now refuse to accept back any of the estimated hundreds of thousands of Pakistanis who have invaded Europe pretending to be “refugees” over the past few months.
According to a report in Pakistan’s Daily Times, Ali Khan said his country had suspended “readmission agreements with western countries because of blatant misuse” of the system.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad, he said that “most countries have been deporting illegal Pakistani citizens without verification, whereas under readmission agreements Pakistanis travelling illegally to any western country have to be deported after proper verification.”
Ali Khan knows full well that the masses of Pakistanis currently invading Europe have deliberately destroyed their identification papers and are now pretending to the Syrians. “Proper verification” of such people depends purely on expert analysis of their language, culture, and background, and not on documentation which has long since been thrown away or burned.
The refusal to take back “unverified” illegal immigrants is therefore an obvious ploy by Pakistan to force Europe into keeping its excess population.
A discarded, torn and ripped Pakistani identity document spotted on the railway tracks between Serbia and Hungary.
Ali Khan also revealed that an astonishing 90,000 Pakistanis had been deported back to their country during the last year.
Furthermore, he said, the deportations had formed part of a “dangerous trend” that had emerged over the last several months, “under which Pakistanis travelling abroad without documents are deported on charges of terrorism.”
He said that Pakistan would not allow any plane containing deportees to land in Pakistan “until proper verification is done and that countries share all the information with Pakistani authorities concerned.”
The “Agreement with Pakistan on readmission” (Council Decision 2010/649/EU of October 7, 2010) states that Pakistan and EU Member States mutually agree to readmit their nationals where they do not fulfil, or no longer fulfil the conditions in force for entry into, presence in, or residence on the territory of the other party.
The Agreement lists the documents that may be used as means of evidence of a person’s nationality.
If none of the documents listed can be furnished, the competent authority of the Member State wishing to expel the person concerned and Pakistan’s diplomatic or consular representation will interview the person in order to establish their nationality.
Pakistan also undertakes to readmit third country nationals and stateless persons, on condition that such persons:
* hold, at the time of submission of the application, a valid visa or residence authorization issued by Pakistan; or
* entered the territory of a Member State unlawfully coming directly from Pakistan.
Britain has been specifically excluded from the suspension of the agreement, probably because it has the lowest deportation rate, while the USA has been singled out by Ali Khan as an “equal offender” along with the other EU nations.