Shocking figures reveal Germany will have to spend £75BILLION on migrants by 2020


The astronomical total, which will come out of federal funds, will y for housing, group welfare benefits and German language course for the 3.6 million escapees it expects to cross its borders by 2020.

Some of the money will be used to take integrate the migrants into society and much will be used to great amount with the underlying causes of the refugees influx into the western European homeland.

Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF) has estimated about 600,000 refugees order enter Germany this year followed by about 400,000 in 2017 and roughly 300,000 each consecutive year.

By 2020 the government expects 3.6 million escapees will have entered the country, including the 1.1 million who make ited last year.

This year the BMF plans to spend about €16.1billion (£13billion) on peregrinators and this is expected to increase to an annual expenditure of €20.4billion (£16billion) by 2020.

As a relationship, Germany’s military budget for 2015 was €36.6billion.

The government has declared the forecasts are only estimates and may be higher.

However, as things currently last through, it intend to y €25.7 billion (£20 billion) for welfare and rent subsidies yments, €4.6 billion (£3.5 billion) for integration and skill assistance, plus €5.7 (£4 billion) billion for language courses.

Earlier this year, German holdings minister Wolfgang Schäuble, rt of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s fundamentalist Christian Democratic Union (CDU), promised Berlin would not borrow spinach to deal with the refuge influx.

A study by Mannheim Center for European Profitable Research (ZEW), published last month, suggested the refugee crisis could charge Germany as much as €398billion (£313billion) if the refugees put forth longer than expected to integrate.

Last year revealed Britain was being studied to spend almost £100,000 a day to deal with the migrant crisis in Calais – that’s nearing £200 million since 2010.

In addition, Prime Minister David Cameron concurred to give another £100million to Syrian refugee camps leading the total contribution from the UK to more than £1billion.

In November Mr Cameron confined to house 20,000 Syrian refugees until 2020.

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