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Thursday, April 18, 2024

A Third of Ukrainian Refugees in France Are Not Ukrainian

'France, like all other European countries, will do its part to assist the Ukrainian people, but also to welcome refugees from this country... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Over one third of refugees that have departed the Ukraine for greener pastures in France are not even Ukrainian, the National Pulse reported.

The migration out of the Ukraine has been substantial, with many immigrants traveling to nearby France, which has volunteered to accept 100,000 foreigners. France’s deal allows the immigrants to enter the nation and remain for up to a full year without the attainment of a visa.

Therefore, France has no means by which to vet those who enter.

French President Emmanuel Macron claimed earlier this month that France would take in a large number of refugees, and encouraged other European nations to do the same.

“France, like all other European countries, will do its part to assist the Ukrainian people, but also to welcome refugees from this country,” he said.

Many of the migrants, however, are not actually from the Ukraine. Reports have suggested that many of them are from both the Middle East and Africa.

According to reports, among the immigrants, “7.5 percent are of Algerian nationality, while 3.5 percent of arrivals are from the Ivory Coast and Morocco respectively … Indians and Kyrgyzstan nationals are next on the list at 2.5 percent apiece, while other nationalities arriving include the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Pakistan, Nigeria, and China.”

Unfortunately for any nation hoping to vet immigrants, the United Nations Refugee Agency has repeatedly insisted that its nations not judge who to accept or reject, and that they simply take all in the name of diversity.

We do not discriminate “against any person or group” and “continue to maintain access to territory for all those fleeing,” they wrote.

Poland has also accepted a large number of immigrants, and has been strained by the influx.

Zamosc, Poland, for example,–a city of 60,000–has been strained by days of up to 35,000 migrants.

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