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Boris Johnson admitted that illegal Ukrainian refugees could be sent to Rwanda

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson allowed the deportation of Ukrainian refugees to Rwanda, while calling it unlikely. British newspaper reports The Guardian.

The politician noted that the UK issues 130,000 visas to Ukrainians. According to him, there are at least two very good routes to enter the country.

At the same time, Johnson stressed that the authorities will not be sympathetic to people who enter the UK illegally. “So I’m afraid the answer is: I guess yes, in theory it could happen. But I think it’s very unlikely,” the British prime minister said.

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson declaredthat Britain does not intend to deport Ukrainian refugees to Rwanda, as they do in the case of the capture of illegal migrants.

The number of people crossing the UK border this year has passed the 10,000 mark. In this regard, London signed an agreement with Kigali about the deportation to Rwanda of illegal immigrants arriving in the UK from France, crossing the English Channel.

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