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    A foreign report reveals the existence of an undeclared Iraqi-British agreement regarding asylum see

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    A foreign report reveals the existence of an undeclared Iraqi-British agreement regarding asylum see Empty A foreign report reveals the existence of an undeclared Iraqi-British agreement regarding asylum see

    Post by Rocky Wed 08 May 2024, 4:41 am

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    [size=52]A foreign report reveals the existence of an undeclared Iraqi-British agreement regarding asylum seekers[/size]

    [size=45]The British Sky News network said that secret documents show that the UK government tried, at some point, to use Iraq to deal with Iraqi asylum seekers, in a manner similar to the plan that was adopted with asylum seekers from Rwanda.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the British report; The documents show that there is an agreement between Britain and Iraq on plans to return refugees, which was not officially announced, which could have led to the deportation of people from Britain, to a country that the British government advises against traveling to, indicating that the two countries already have an agreement on the return of refugees. Refugees, but only for people coming from Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]Leaked correspondence between high-level officials indicates the existence of Iraqi return commitments that were presented according to the “option request” formula and that they were made without an announcement about them, adding that London was ready to move forward with their implementation, but it did not want an official agreement or a declared agreement. .[/size]
    [size=45]According to the British report, this effort was taking place despite the fact that the British government, through the Foreign Ministry’s position, advises its citizens not to “travel to parts of Iraq.”[/size]
    [size=45]The report continued; The negotiations had progressed to some degree, and were described in one of the documents with the phrase “there has been good progress recently with Iraq.”[/size]
    [size=45]According to the documents, among other government goals in the documents is to enhance cooperation with the Iranian embassy in order to activate return arrangements for potential migrants and asylum seekers. The Foreign and Home Office documents also include references to return agreements related to Eritrea and Ethiopia, two of the countries with the largest number of citizens arriving in Britain on small boats.[/size]
    [size=45]The report spoke of serious problems in the proposals presented by Downing Street advisors, the headquarters of the Prime Minister’s Office, regarding asylum seekers. He explained that in one of the documents submitted to the Ministry of Interior, some senior officials wrote that their directives called for preparation to spend even beyond capacity, with the aim of activating the policy of dealing with asylum seekers. The report pointed out that the official expenditure monitoring body set the cost of sending asylum seekers to Rwanda at 1.8 million pounds sterling for each person among the first 300 people the government deports to the Rwandan capital, Kigali, noting that since April 2022, the Ministry of the Interior has paid 220 million pounds. British pounds to the Rwanda Economic Transformation and Integration Fund, which is allocated to support economic growth in Rwanda, and will continue to pay money to cover the costs of asylum processing and operational costs for people deported to Rwanda. According to the report, Britain will also pay additional amounts of 50 million pounds sterling over the next year and 50 An additional £1 million the following year.[/size]
    [size=45]The report quoted a government official as saying, “The Ministry of Interior spends millions every day on housing migrants in hotels – and this is neither right nor fair.” We are taking action to end this costly and dangerous cycle. “Doing nothing is not an option, and we must take action if we want to stop the boats to save lives.[/size]
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