Britain opens asylum accommodation in Rwanda

Published 14 April 2022 at 13.03

“Rwanda welcomes the partnership with the United Kingdom to receive asylum seekers and migrants and offer them legal avenues for residence permits,” said Rwandan Foreign Minister Vincent Biruta in a statement.

In practice, the solution also provides excellent opportunities to deny immigrants a residence permit.

Human rights groups criticize the proposal to undermine the rights of third world people to enter and settle in Europe. “Barbaric” and “inhuman” are some left-wing views.

For its asylum accommodation, the United Kingdom pays £ 120 million, equivalent to SEK 1.48 billion, to Rwanda.

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