In this regard, the Free Democrats, the youngest party in the German ruling coalition, will fully support the increase in immigration in the country.
Christian Dwyer, parliamentary leader of the Free Democrats, told the DPA news agency that it was essential to increase the number of immigrants to maintain employee demand, economic growth, and the welfare system in Germany.
He said وفاقی 100 billion was being allocated in the federal budget for pensions, which showed the massive difference between the population of this country and the number of young and old.
Germany, Europe’s largest and the world’s fourth-largest economy, has about 24 million people aged 40 to 59 and 18 million people over the age of 65, with a total population of about 80 million.
A severe shortage of immigrants in Germany
Dwyer, who on Tuesday replaced Christian Lindner as head of the parliamentary group, said that according to the head of Germany’s Federal Employment Agency, Germany needed 400,000 immigrants each year.
Dwyer says Germany, including Japan, has long-held views on economic policy. He said that Germany needed employees in every sector, and the country’s prosperity depended on whether the shortfall could be met or not.
According to Doyer, Germany, like Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, needs to modernize its immigration policy.