Home » Migrants, €2 thousand to those who decide to return home. The Italian repatriation plan

Migrants, €2 thousand to those who decide to return home. The Italian repatriation plan

by admin
Migrants, €2 thousand to those who decide to return home.  The Italian repatriation plan

Giorgia Meloni and migrants

Migrants, €5 million for voluntary repatriations. But the risk of flop is around the corner

Il government Italian on the one hand is working on a structural reform for the emergency migrants through the “Mattei plan”, but on the other hand also tries to study measures for to contain the numbers of people arriving on our shores illegally. The Interior Ministry – we read in Repubblica – is working on a plan with the aim of carry out assisted repatriations. Two thousand euro each to go home, a thousand more for any other member of the family unit. Not in cash but in goods and services for a socio-economic reintegration plan in the country of origin, to rent a place, start a small business or entrepreneurial, let their children study. Five million euros in an attempt to send home more easily at least 2,500 immigrants in three years.

Aware of difficulty to complete a significant number of repatriations of foreigners arriving without having the requirements to obtain a form of international protection, the government – continues Repubblica – focuses on repatriations assisted volunteers. By allocating five million from the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund to a new voluntary return project managed by the IOM, the international organization for migration. A measure intended especially for those arriving from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Tunisia and Morocco. Naturally, the idea of ​​the Interior Ministry is to facilitate the repatriation of migrants already subject to an expulsion order or who are unlikely to obtain any permit, especially those coming from countries including Italy it has no agreements they can not be forcibly repatriated.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy