500 irregular migrants stranded in the Western balkans, must have the economic means to travel voluntarily back to their country of origin.
Therefore, gives Denmark the 15.4 million Danish kroner for a project, to advise irregular migrants on the Western balkans, with the return flight.
at Least 300 migrants are also offered support to come in place in their home country.
It informs the Aliens and the ministry of Integration, in a press release.
- Thousands of migrants are staying in the Balkans. They would like to further north, but Europe's borders are not open. There is no free immigration. That is why the migrants are stranded in several countries in the Balkans.
- The countries promises now a big task for the whole of Europe. Them we would like to relieve. Therefore, we now spend 15 million to get the migrants to leave voluntarily to the Middle east, Pakistan, or where they come from, say, aliens and integration, Mattias Tesfaye (S) in the press release.
the Irregular migrants are the migrants who are entering, residing or working in a country without the required permit. They are also called undocumented migrants.
The many millions of people from Denmark are a part of the funds, as the government has put of for a new asylum system.
- Migrationsudfordringer must not first be handled in the moment, they are standing and knocking at the door at the Danish border. They should be tackled much earlier - in the regions of origin and in the countries along the migration routes.
- It helps this project to. Therefore, it is also a step in the right direction in the Danish government's efforts for a fair asylum system, says Tesfaye.
It is the UN's Organization for Migration (IOM), which is responsible for the project. It is supported by the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and the european UNION.
so far, the project has helped more than 1500 migrants from more than 20 countries to voluntarily travel home from the six countries of the Western balkans.
the Western balkans count the countries Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Nordmakedonien and Serbia.