Honorable Chairs, fellow delegates, and members of the United Nations, TheDelegate of Germany strongly disagrees with the Agenda on Agenda item A.On Aug. 31. 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that her countrywas prepared to take in hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing war in the MiddleEast. “We can do this,” she said in a speech in Berlin, calling it a “national duty” tosupport those in danger. Across Syria, preoccupations with the civil war gave way tofantasies of an unlikely new promised land: the Germany of Mama Merkel.
In the past two years, it seems that more than 1 million refugees and asylum seekershave arrived in the Federal Republic of Germany. About half, from Syria, have beengranted the right to stay and be resettled across the nation.However, Right-wing violence is on the rise in Germany, due to the Xenophobiawhich means to dread or to be panic to foreigners or people from different cultures.And more and more discriminating problem is becoming one of the threateningfactors in Germany. For example, according to Eben Louw, who is a psychologist atan anti-violence aid group in Berlin said people are getting worse that have hostility toeach other and additionally threats can come from anywhere.
So, the country’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (BKA) received more than 3,700reports of attacks on asylum seekers and refugees in 2016, a dramatic increase of200% from the year before. Until now, this is witnessing more and more.In addition, fears over migration are accelerating populism and disbelief andweakening the capacity of governments to manage brave flows. Half of Europeansthink that sooner or later, refugees, illegal immigrants are going to take their jobs andsocial benefits. Therefore, refugees and asylum seekers could damage their economiesif they let in too many.Also, when we accept refugees include Syrians We have a duty to provide themwithenough education, food, and place to live. money that will use it for here, it cost overthan we thought.
However, Syria’s war isn’t over, and more and more German policymakers arestriving to revoke asylum and send Syrians back home — against their will, ifnecessary. It seems that actually, they don’t want to mix in their culture althoughthey were trying to mix in a culture that is famously homogenized, orderly and keenlyaware of its unwelcoming in the past. Because they seem to be afraid that theirculture could be threatened by the unknown culture.For these reasons, Germany is preparing to send refugees back to Syria and theDelegate of Germany strongly disagrees with the Agenda on Agenda item A.Honorable Chairs, fellow delegates, and members of the United Nations, TheDelegate of Germany strongly argues that she agrees to the Agenda on Agenda itemB.Over the past three years, the world has faced an immense security hazard from theIslamic State (IS) which is one of the most notorious terrorist groups. Numerouscountries in the West and the Middle East have been significantly influenced by thisthreat.
One of the reasons why the threat is so harmful is due to the aggressive wayISIS operates. Sleeper cells which mean a secretive group of spies or terrorist agentsthat remain inactive within a target population until ordered to act,are in all over theworld. Sleeper cells are used to carry out attacks far beyond the reach of IS’sconventionally-held territory.
Therefore, this delegate strongly believes that UnitedNations should monitor and prevent Sleeper cells, which is one of the ways to prepareand operate terrorism of them,Moreover, in order to respond to this threat, continuing multilateral securitycooperation and intelligence is needed and Germany is particularly vulnerable toinfiltration by IS such as terrorist group for a number of political, geographic, andsocioeconomic reasons. Equally, the large Muslim minorities present in manyEuropean states are particularly vulnerable to radicalisation, especially in states wherethese minorities are socioeconomically marginalised.Besides, this country currently faces dual security threats both from the violence ofIS sleeper cells and nationalists hate crimes in response to high numbers of migrants.These problems are further complicated by Continental European states’ openborders.
The EU has thus focused on common border security agencies. More than950 people from Germany went to join Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, some 20percent of them women and 5 percent minors. Germany was damaged by ISISreturning from war zones in Syria and Iraq, which could grow into a new generationof recruits in Germany for the Islamic State group and which become one of the mainfactors that are threatening Germany government practically.Also, Germany has banned the extremist group “Islamic State,” whose fighters haveseized substantial amounts of territory in northern Iraq and Syria.
The interior ministerrefer to the group as a threat “also for Germany.”In conclusion, the delegate of Germany insists that the united nations should keep aneye on the terrorist groups to restore order in the Formerly IS-governed area and toprevent the reconstruction of such sinister terrorist groups. By doing so, the UN canbe a real guardian angel for the peace of the world.