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The European Court of Auditors criticized the lack of sustainability in EU aid for refugees in Turkey, noting the uncertainty of whether pro

Wednesday, 24 April 2024 01:30:03

Germany media:

"AFD: Maximilian Krah zu Vorwürfen gegen Mitarbeiter: "Werde nicht selbst in Sack und Asche gehen" "- www.spiegel.de

"Rösti-Muffins und ein Ei im Kartoffelnest "- www.sueddeutsche.de

"Europäischer Rechnungshof: Prüfer sehen Mängel bei EU-Hilfen für Flüchtlinge in der Türkei "- www.zeit.de

Artificial intelligence commentary on cited information:

The European Court of Auditors criticized the lack of sustainability in EU aid for refugees in Turkey, noting the uncertainty of whether projects would continue after funding ends. Issues such as ineffective monitoring, delays due to regulations, the COVID-19 pandemic, inflation, and the impact of the 2023 earthquakes were highlighted. Recommendations were made to improve data collection and project impact assessment, especially given Turkey's hosting of over four million refugees, primarily from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Iran.

AfD candidate for the European Parliament, Maximilian Krah, refused to take personal responsibility following the arrest of an employee under suspicion of espionage, stating that he is not accused of any wrongdoing and that he will not "go into sackcloth and ashes" for alleged misconduct by an employee.

An article provided a recipe for Rösti muffins with eggs, a vegetarian dish that combines grated potatoes, spring onions, cheddar, dried tomatoes, and cream cheese, baked in a muffin tray—ideal for brunch or as a dinner salad accompaniment.

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