Migrants seeking asylum in Malta flown to Ireland to apply for asylum here as Irish government spend 100’s of millions every year to “end direct provision”
MaltaToday has confirmed that a plane left Malta last week bound for Ireland. The plane left Malta for Ireland with an unknown number of migrants who had arrived in Malta seeking asylum.
Photos posted of the migrants entering the plane shows males with an African ethnicity.
The transfer of Maltese asylum seekers was enabled by the Maltese Ministry of Home Affairs, Maltese National Security and Law Enforcement, the European Commission and Irish government.
Meanwhile, the current coalition made up of The Greens, Fianna Fail and Fine Gael are busy implementing plans to “end direct provision” at the cost of €100’s millions of Irish taxpayer money every year. Sinn Fein and Labour will also support this funding.
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