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More than a thousand migrants evacuated from a camp near Paris


Paris Police Stressing health risks related to Covid-19, it’s practical Evacuation of immigrants The transfer of them to shelters and gyms in the Paris area, started shortly after 04:00 GMT.

Paris police chief Didier LaMan told the media that "This process is a continuation of all the operations that we have been performing for months", Noting that nearly 1,500 people will be accommodated, most of them men from the Horn of Africa and Afghanistan.

Silvana Gaita of the Association said "Solidarity Migran Wilson", "People are exhausted, for some, this is the tenth evacuation, and they know that they will end up in a gymnasium and the other half will end up on the street from tonight".

For Alisad, a 32-year-old Somali, who is facing his evacuation for the fifth time, it is "Incomprehensible".

The French press agency quoted Alisad, "I don’t understand, they come to get us and put us in hotels for three months and then we go back to the streets. I don’t understand why the French government wastes so much money by putting us in hotels instead of giving us a place to stay in the long run".

After a long hesitation, Ismail waits patiently on a bus. “This is the fourth time that I have moved from one camp to another,” said the 29-year-old father from Sudan, whose son was born in France. “I did not expect it to be this way.” My country is in a state of war and I have no other choice".

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Stressing the health risks related to Covid-19, the Paris police leadership said that the evacuation of the migrants and their transfer to shelters and gyms in the Paris area began shortly after 04:00 GMT.

“This operation is a continuation of all the operations that we have been carrying out for months,” Paris police chief Didier LaMan told the media, noting that nearly 1,500 people will be accommodated, most of them men from the Horn of Africa and Afghanistan.

“People are exhausted, for some, this is the tenth evacuation, and they know that they will end up in a gymnasium and the other half will end up on the street starting tonight,” said Silvana Gaeta of the Solidarity Migran Wilson.

For Alisad, a 32-year-old Somali, who is facing a fifth evacuation, it is “incomprehensible”.

“I don’t understand, they come to bring us and put us in hotels for three months and then we go back to the streets. I don’t understand why the French government wastes a lot of money by putting us in hotels instead of giving us a place to stay in the long term,” Alessad said, according to the French press.

After a long hesitation, Ismail waits patiently on a bus. “This is the fourth time that I have moved from one camp to another,” said the 29-year-old father from Sudan, whose son was born in France. “I did not expect it to be this way.” My country is in a state of war and I have no other choice. “

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Source: Skynews

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