German press releases information about detention of Azerbaijanis on charges of illegal migration

German press releases information about detention of Azerbaijanis on charges of illegal migration
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  • calendar-gray 14 November 2019

Information has been released by German press on operation of German police, resulted in detainment of Azerbaijanis on charges of forging documents and organizing illegal migration, APA reports citing "Spiegel" newspaper.

German’s Federal Police conducted search operations in 38 houses and objects of 6 provinces of Germany in the framework of fight against trafficking.

It is noted in the statement released on behalf of Prosecutor Osnabruck that operations were generally conducted against foreigners, illegally brought from Eastern Europe. Arrest warrant has been released on suspected persons. It is noted detainees involved illegal workers from Ukraine.

According to the newspaper, as a result of searches of 180 federal police in the regions of North Rhine-Westphalia and Hesse it has been revealed that several Azerbaijani groups from Azerbaijan had been illegally placed here. Searches have been conducted in 13 places in Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt Main and Wiesbaden and arrests have been occurred.

FFH radio notes that there are two Azerbaijani citizens aged 49 and 58 among the detainees. It is stated that a person aged 49 is the head of the group. According to the allegations this person has dealt with money laundering and illegal commercial activity.

It is noted that the group has brought at least 20 people from Azerbaijan to Germany and in return received 3000-10000 euro from each of them.
It is noted that federal police has started the investigation since June of this year.

Note that Azerbaijanis were detained In Germany on charges of forging documents and organizing illegal migration, said Habib Muntazir, living in Germany.

According to him, police searched 13 houses and facilities in Frankfurt, Cologne, Wiesbaden, Koblenz and Dusseldorf: “As a result of the searches, a large number of documents were found, 8 people were detained. These people transported about 20 migrants from Azerbaijan in exchange for 3-10 thousand euros.”

Habib Muntazir noted that he was able to clarify the names of 7 people who were detained by German police:

Elchin Akbarov – worked as a chairman in precinct correctional facilities No 9 and 14 of Penitentiary Service of Azerbaijan's Justice Ministry;

Ilham Hasan – Chairman of European Coordination Center "Musavat" (ECMC);

Mehdi Khalilbayli – political migrant living in Europe, member of Musavat Party, Deputy Chairman of ECC Musavat;

Abdin Javadov – a member of ECC Musavat;

Relative of Mehdi Khalilbayli;

Alovsat Aliyev – Chairman of Legat Integration Center;

Rashad Mammadov- political migrant living in Neuwied city nearby Koblenz of Germany;

Mehdi’s driver Elshan Abdullayev – political migrant living in Germany, is not a member of “Choose Democratic Azerbaijan”.

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