Just kidding. It’s US-Amerika. But still.
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on Wednesday said Germany is the second-largest destination for migrants.
“Since 2015, European OECD countries have collectively received more permanent migrants that the United States,” said the organization in a report. “Nevertheless, the United States remains the largest single destination country for migrants, followed by Germany.”
At the height of the European migration crisis in 2015, nearly 900,000 migrants entered Germany under Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy, many of them seeking asylum.
The numbers were and are higher, of course. But who’s counting?