British minister for banning asylum to Albanians

British minister for banning asylum to Albanians

British emigration minister Robert Jenrick said that Albanians should be banned from seeking asylum in this country because they come from a safe country.

Jenrick said that such persons should be “excluded from the right to seek asylum” because they come from a “demonstrably safe” country. He added that the current levels of migration in Britain are “unsustainable”.writes Sky News.

Media in Britain are reporting that Home Secretary Suella Braverman has called on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to support plans to detain every illegal migrant upon arrival in the country.

The government is under intense pressure from Conservative MPs to tackle the problem of human traffickers who use small boats to ferry migrants across the Channel.

Albanians make up over a third of the 33,000 migrants who arrived that way in the first nine months of this year, Jenrick said, adding that they are now “priority number one”.

Last week, Sunak held the first talks with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, in which they agreed to close the “loopholes” in preventing the rapid return of failed asylum seekers.

Rama said that Great Britain should stop blaming Albanians for the migrant crisis and that it should stop using Albanian immigrants as an excuse for failed policies.

“Albania is a proven safe country. It is very difficult to understand how an Albanian could successfully apply for asylum here in Britain,” said Jenrick.

“We have an agreement on return that was signed a year ago, and a thousand Albanians have already returned,” he added and warned that illegal migration likely to be a problem for “many years to come”and that the ministers agreed that the overall level of people entering the country was too high.

Source: Agencies

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