With a post on Facebook from the embassy in Tirana, the Netherlands wanted to send a direct message to all Albanian citizens who want to emigrate to EU countries illegally.
The protagonist of the video is the Dutch justice minister, Mark Harbers, who reminds all those who want to emigrate illegally to EU countries not to try, because hiding from the authorities is becoming more and more difficult every day and all those who come 'caught' will not have refugee status.
"I'm here along the A16 highway in the municipality of Moerdijk. We have many problems with foreigners entering the country through trucks.
Most of them come from Albania, although sometimes people of other nationalities also happen. They are people who want a better life and strive to get into some trucks to board ferries, hoping to get to England.
However, this is not something desirable. Today, here I saw how all the parties in the country - like the gendarmerie, the policia, the town hall and the investigative officers - work together to prevent this from happening.
There was an extensive wheat field here, but there will be no more. As a result, the chances of hiding are really minimal. Furthermore, we are trying in every way to improve international collaboration, because all this does not happen in the Netherlands but also in Belgium and France.
Every country that acts in some way against this phenomenon must warn the others: we must know if, for example, the Belgian police find some clandestine emigrant because this will certainly try to do the same in the Netherlands or in France in the following days.
Everything is focused to make this traffic of people close, so that giving money to a human trafficker no longer makes sense. Meanwhile, in their home countries - like Albania - we continue to convey this message: 'Don't do it. Your chances of getting to England are getting smaller. Here we will take you and send you back with the first plane'. ”- says Harbers in the video.
Did you know that the number of Albanian citizens is not the basis for Albanian roses? . Asylum application procedures, including appeal can be finalized within eight weeks in the Netherlands. The number of illegal Albanians in the Dutch sea ports, who try to illegally cross over to the United Kingdom as stowaways, remains high. Virtually all stowways are caught and arrested on the Dutch side of the Canal. This is partly two to extra measures The Netherlands has taken. The presence and control of the Dutch border control system Police carry out special checks on illegal migration further inland. The Dutch minister for migration Mark Harbers will visit Albania today (2018th April) to meet his counterparts at the Ministry of Interior and the Albanian State Police in the context of combating irregular migration to the Netherlands the excellent cooperation with Albanian authorities. tomorrow.
Placed by Embassy of the Netherlands in Albania op Zondag 7 april 2019
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