The agreement with the Rwandan government, which also includes an நிதி 120 million economic finance package for the African nation, has no cap on numbers.
Rwanda has the potential to receive tens of thousands of migrants under an agreement with Britain, Doris Umiziza, chief negotiator for the African judiciary, told LBC British Radio on Sunday. Rwanda is ready to accommodate as many people as possible in the partnership. We have the potential to make tens of thousands of dollarsUmiziza explained, “As he said, everything will happen gradually. In parallel, the British government is making significant investments in the development of the African nation.”
Britain will send illegal immigrants to Africa
London announced in April that it had signed a new migration and economic development agreement with the Rwandan government. Under the agreement, anyone entering the British territory illegally could be deported to a Central African country by British authorities.
The move is aimed at encouraging illegal immigrants.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement last month that the deal with the Rwandan government – which includes an நிதி 120 million (ில்லியன் 56 billion) economic package for the African nation – has no cap, and Rwanda has the potential. Tens of thousands of people in the coming years.
The first panel of 30 immigrants is due to be sent to Rwanda on Tuesday, although the Court of Appeal will hear the case on Monday.
(Photo: Illegal immigrants crossing the English Channel, arriving in Dover, southeastern England on July 22, 2021, in a British Border Guard inflatable boat carrying them aboard. Flores)