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Enzinger is released from work until the end of the employment relationship, which is the case at the end of the year subject to the statutory notice period.

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Enzinger is released from work until the end of the employment relationship, which is the case at the end of the year subject to the statutory notice period.

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Enzinger is released from work until the end of the employment relationship, which is the case at the end of the year subject to the statutory notice period. Franz Schils is in charge of the educational establishment, and Michael Frohnwieser has been entrusted with the management of the hotel. The external examination of the diocese, i.e. the episcopal cafeteria, to which the educational center belongs, initiated by the diocesan administrator, is still in progress. Results are expected in mid to late September.

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Andrea Enzinger, the head of the St. Georgen am Längsee Abbey Education Center, who has been on leave since July, will no longer return to this position.

As the diocese of Gurk-Klagenfurt announced in a broadcast on Friday, the employment relationship with Enzinger will be terminated. She had been running the education center since April of this year.

She was placed in this position when he moved to St. Pölten in July

Diocesan Bishop Alois Schwarz

. Only a few days after Engelbert Guggenberger was elected diocesan administrator, Enzinger was released from service. According to media reports, it is said to have created a bad working atmosphere, and there was debate within the church that it had a great influence on the decisions of the bishop.

Released from duty

Enzinger is released from work until the end of the employment relationship, which is the case at the end of the year subject to the statutory notice period. Franz Schils is in charge of the educational establishment, and Michael Frohnwieser has been entrusted with the management of the hotel. The external examination of the diocese, i.e. the episcopal cafeteria, to which the educational center belongs, initiated by the diocesan administrator, is still in progress. Results are expected in mid to late September.

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Uncovering news

Andrea Enzinger, the head of the St. Georgen am Längsee Abbey Education Center, who has been on leave since July, will no longer return to this position.

As the diocese of Gurk-Klagenfurt announced in a broadcast on Friday, the employment relationship with Enzinger will be terminated. She had been running the education center since April of this year.

She was placed in this position when he moved to St. Pölten in July

Diocesan Bishop Alois Schwarz

. Only a few days after Engelbert Guggenberger was elected diocesan administrator, Enzinger was released from service. According to media reports, it is said to have created a bad working atmosphere, and there was debate within the church that it had a great influence on the decisions of the bishop.

Released from duty

Enzinger is released from work until the end of the employment relationship, which is the case at the end of the year subject to the statutory notice period. Franz Schils is in charge of the educational establishment, and Michael Frohnwieser has been entrusted with the management of the hotel. The external examination of the diocese, i.e. the episcopal cafeteria, to which the educational center belongs, initiated by the diocesan administrator, is still in progress. Results are expected in mid to late September.

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Andrea Enzinger, the head of the St. Georgen am Längsee Abbey Education Center, who has been on leave since July, will no longer return to this position.

As the diocese of Gurk-Klagenfurt announced in a broadcast on Friday, the employment relationship with Enzinger will be terminated. She had been running the education center since April of this year.

She was placed in this position when he moved to St. Pölten in July

Diocesan Bishop Alois Schwarz

. Only a few days after Engelbert Guggenberger was elected diocesan administrator, Enzinger was released from service. According to media reports, it is said to have created a bad working atmosphere, and there was debate within the church that it had a great influence on the decisions of the bishop.

Released from duty

Enzinger is released from work until the end of the employment relationship, which is the case at the end of the year subject to the statutory notice period. Franz Schils is in charge of the educational establishment, and Michael Frohnwieser has been entrusted with the management of the hotel. The external examination of the diocese, i.e. the episcopal cafeteria, to which the educational center belongs, initiated by the diocesan administrator, is still in progress. Results are expected in mid to late September.

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In the dispute over Austria’s approach to the refugee crisis, the Greek government has ordered its ambassador in Vienna back to Athens. Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner sees the dismissal of the Greek ambassador from Vienna as a sign that “there is obviously movement coming”. In the area of ​​refugees, “however, our measures remain unchanged, because as Minister of the Interior I cannot accept that people are waved through permanently.”

She was responsible for the security and stability of the republic, announced Mikl-Leitner. But now there is also the possibility that information can be obtained directly in Athens about the situation in Austria as well as along the Balkan route.

This is how the Greeks justify the recall

Individual member states going it alone in the crisis could “undermine the basis and the process of European integration,” warned the Athens Foreign Ministry in a statement on Thursday. The Greek statement does not directly refer to actions by the Austrian government. It is said that the ambassador, Chryssoula Aliferi, will be discussing “the preservation of friendly relations between the states and peoples of Austria and Greece”.

Without a specific reference to Vienna, it goes on to say that the EU’s major problems cannot be solved by thinking and acting that were rooted in the 19th century. Also, essential decisions by heads of state should not be replaced by directives from police directors. The EU must be protected from “some stakeholders who are historically clueless”.

“We see an opportunity in this case”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reacted coolly to the recall of the Greek ambassador from Vienna. “Austria can understand the tension in Greece now that the pressure is mounting on Greece to help contain the flow of refugees,” it said in a statement on Wednesday. It is every country’s right to recall its diplomats. One now hopes for a rethinking of the Greeks, it said. “In this case, we see an opportunity for the ambassador to inform the Greek authorities about the situation and challenges for destination countries on the refugee route such as Austria,” the statement said. Greece must help reduce the number of refugees traveling north.

Mikl-Leitner: “Waving through has to come to an end”

Mikl-Leitner has once again defended the joint approach taken by Austria and the Balkan states in the refugee crisis. On the situation in Greece, which is worsening every hour in view of the refugees who can no longer travel, Mikl-Leitner said that Austria was fulfilling its humanitarian responsibility. The 37,500 refugees “would be a role model for many other EU countries”. But it is also clear that migration flows have to be reduced, and massively. “The waving through must come to an end”. If all the states in front of Austria were to meet their responsibility, “we would have no problem. That means that the others would have to let the question of how they deal with the situation”.

The aim of the Balkan Initiative is to reduce migration flows, emphasized Mikl-Leitner. Of course, those in need of protection are allowed to cross the border, this is an international rule. When asked whether this also applies to Afghans, Mikl-Leitner said that each country had to decide for itself. Especially with refugees who claim to come from Afghanistan, it has been shown that many come from other, safe regions.

The German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere has again criticized the initiative taken by Austria and the Balkan states to curb the flow of refugees. After the meeting of the EU interior ministers in Brussels on Thursday, De Maiziere spoke of “unilateral measures” to “agree on an organization of the waving together”.

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Interior Minister announces “tough” measures

Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner (ÖVP) has promised additional “tough measures” in the refugee crisis if no agreement is reached at the EU special summit on March 7th. After the EU interior ministers’ council in Brussels on Thursday, Mikl-Leitner said that Austria “need not accept any reproach” because of the upper limit. “We will stick to our upper limit of 37,500”, underlined the minister. When asked that the EU is further away from a European solution than ever, she said, “All states hope for a common European solution. Yes, personally as well. And I also believe that there will be one. For me, it is only the question of when it will come “.

All measures that Austria has taken are legally compliant. No country can be obliged to do more than it can. Also because of the refugee convention, no one can choose the country where they receive protection. “The criticism is incorrect,” said the interior minister, referring to the EU Commission. Austria had 90,000 asylum applications in the previous year. “If all other countries were to accept 37,500 refugees, we would have taken a big step.” Austria does not seal itself off, but only helps to the limit of its capacity. You could also imagine an upper limit for all of Europe. “De facto, Europe also has a de facto upper limit.”

Austria would also have no problem with Germany if Greece did not wave refugees through, said Mikl-Leitner. “Everyone knows: Austria is by God not a country with an EU external border and therefore not the first safe country.” In the context of a fair partnership with Germany, one could sometimes have different opinions. She agrees with Germany that the waving through must be stopped.

Commenting on Hungary’s announcement that it would hold a referendum on the distribution of refugees in the EU, Mikl-Leitner said: “In this difficult phase, we should all give thought to anything that will help us towards a European solution.”

Greece had already received EUR 380 million in financial aid from the EU until 2013 to strengthen its asylum and border system. By 2020, Athens will receive over 800 million euros from the EU.

Italy’s minister is hoping for a vote with Vienna

The Italian Interior Minister Angelino Alfano is hoping for an agreement with Vienna on how to proceed on the common border. “Hopefully we can overcome the divergences with Austria. Walls only generate illusions,” said Alfano, according to the Italian media on Thursday in Brussels.

“The walled country thinks that it will overcome the problem. In truth, the system will collapse and the problem will affect everyone again. So it is better to organize a system of refugee relocation,” said the Minister of the Interior.

“The decisions have already been taken, we just have to put them into concrete terms. If Europe is not able to implement its decisions, it will lose itself,” said Alfano.

In short: European solution comes “100 percent”

Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz is firmly convinced that the national solo efforts in the refugee crisis are only temporary. “I am 100 percent convinced that there will be a European solution,” Kurz said on Wednesday evening in the “ARD Tagesthemen”. This will consist of securing the external borders and helping the refugees.

The solution, however, “will not be to get people to Austria, Germany or Sweden as quickly as possible,” emphasized the Foreign Minister. Because of the high number of refugees, there is “an urgent need to stop waving to Central Europe.”

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