Arrivals of illegal immigrants to Algarve does not amount to new migration route

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 19-12-2020 10:00:00 · 2 Comments

Since December 2019, small groups of migrants on boats, originating in Morocco, have sporadically landed in the Algarve.

The arrival of illegal immigrants in the Algarve, so far fewer than 100 people, does not yet make it possible to say whether there is a new migratory pattern or whether Portugal is just a transit point, according to the Secretary of State for Migration. In an interview with Lusa, Cláudia Pereira, said there is also no data to understand if they wanted to come to Portugal or if they wanted to leave Portugal and go to other countries. More than half have applied for asylum but none of these people have yet been granted any status. Since December 2019, small groups of migrants on boats, originating in Morocco, have sporadically landed in the Algarve.



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By Michel Schuermans from Algarve on 21-12-2020 09:45

Then what is it then? An illusion, ?

Just up road in spain these Islamic invaders are in thousands arriving at beaches all along spainish coast, vids all over YouTube!

In Portugal, the gov is betraying own people, with these lies!

These invaders can arrive in Portugal by dinghy, and then get put up in hotel, given money, doctors, food, clothes, apt, schooling, everything for free!

This is what’s going on, they signed up to eussr kalergi plan to flood and replace the native people of Europe!

Look at uk, there’s boats arriving everyday, they put them into luxury hotels, food, internet, doctors, everything!

Its a scam, same as the covid pandemic scam.

Open your eyes people! U better wake real real fast to the truth!


By Guy f from USA on 19-12-2020 02:38
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