As Julia Kolda, the young woman’s lawyer, told OÖN, the Federal Asylum Agency ordered her release on Thursday afternoon. The letter is available to the OÖN. It states that the “administrative procedural detention” in the Roßauer Lände police detention center in Vienna will be lifted. And the document also says: “The Federal Agency for Care and Support will provide accommodation in 5360 St. Wolfgang.”
The 21-year-old was previously housed there. Whether the deportation is now off the table – the date for the transfer to Venice would be Friday morning – is open. “Based on the information available to me, I cannot say how things will continue with my client,” says Kolda. “I’m assuming that we won’t have a deportation date.” Daria’s environment is currently in the process of bringing the woman back from Vienna to Upper Austria, says Kolda.
It’s not easy to keep track of the young Russian in the official confusion. As reported, there were protests against the deportation at the JKU, and rector Meinhard Lukas was also “dismayed”.
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