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Telegraaf: Many refugees from Eritrea still go on holiday to the country from which they fled. Dutch government wants to take away the residence of the travelers

Posted by: Semere Asmelash

Date: Thursday, 30 March 2017


Bij het Rotterdamse reisbureautje Red Sea Travel is het in de zomer een komen en gaan van Eritrese vakantiegangers.
In Rotterdam travel agency Red Sea Travel is a coming and going in the summer of Eritrean travelers.
Photo: Roel Dijkstra

Approach vacationing applicant not fulfilled
Carefree in Eritrea

March 30, 2017

Jorn JonkerJan-Willem Navis

The Hague - Groups Eritreans still go on holiday to the country from which they fled right now. The government promised to decrease the residence of asylum seekers who do this. There is Eritreans nothing came.

This newspaper revealed earlier that Eritreans celebrate in droves holiday in their homeland, which was so dangerous according to themselves that it was necessary to flee. State Dijkhoff (Security and Justice) there then spoke also shame. He promised to check on this 'return travelers' and to decrease their residence permit if they are caught.

Requested information from his department shows that no Eritrean therefore been deprived of his residence permit since mid-2015. That happened at the same time or at "several dozen" people of other nationalities. The ministry claims that the problem Eritreans apparently not playing, but a survey shows quite different. PVV MP Fritsma concludes: "Dijkhoff promised to address this, but took no word."



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Eritrean refugees on holiday in home country

Many refugees from Eritrea still go on holiday to the country from which they fled. The government wants to take away the residence of the travelers, but that happens hardly ever Eritreans.

In dozens of other applicants who traveled back temporarily withdrew the government or their residence to the country of origin, the Telegraph writes this morning. Secretary Klaas Dijkhoff spoke earlier shame about the return travel to the country of origin, because these countries as refugees are extremely dangerous, causing them to flee.

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