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Britain sends asylum seekers to Rwanda - Criticized by UN -

Britain sends asylum seekers to Rwanda – Criticized by UN –

Last year, more than 28,000 asylum seekers traveled to the UK on unstable boats. Asylum seekers will now be sent to Rwanda. Photo: Sandor Csudai via the Oxford Center for Human Rights.

Earlier this year, the British government announced plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda. The deal was discussed and many say Britain is trying to argue for its international obligations.

Over the next few days, under the new agreement between the countries, the first asylum seekers from the UK will be sent to Rwanda. This decision provoked strong reactions from human rights organizations, among others, demanding it Violates Britain’s obligations.

Last year, more than 28,000 asylum seekers arrived in the UK across the sea from the mainland via an unstable vessel. Reuters also reports how the UK, Late last year, Pointed out several shortcomings In Defending Human Rights in Rwanda. Now they choose to send asylum seekers there instead.

– According to the information available to us, the first round of immigrants will arrive at the end of the month. The British government knows how many people will come and when, says Rwanda’s representative Alain Mukurarinda.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has condemned the inter-state agreement and says it is a bad thing. Violation of international law And contrary to the purpose of the International Refugee Conference. Also available in Denmark Explored the possibility Asylum seekers should be sent to Rwanda.