Migration Crisis Polarizes the European Society
March 24, 11:00

As a result of migration crisis in the European Union, the German society has polarized into two groups: supporters of the German Government official policy and its critics. 

Some people support the policy of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, others are critical. Matthias Kiesler, Ambassador of Germany in Armenia, spoke about this at Media Center.

The situation that occurred as a result of big flows of refugees, mainly caused by the Syrian crisis, made the European society more intolerant and radical. This situation fosters the political success of the right-wing forces. “One of the indicators was the elections held in three states of Germany two weeks ago. The right-populist party which rejects migration and big flows of refugees got 20% of voices in one of the states and became the second largest faction. It is a matter of great concern,” he said. 

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