October 28, 2019
The UN Migration Agency/International Organization for Migration (IOM) has hailed the arrival of its “first” planeload of 154 Somali migrants to Germany, along with dozens of Syrians transported to Romania using European Union funds.
The IOM, which promotes mass migration as “inevitable, desirable, [and] necessary”, announced the arrival of “its first international charter flight” of 154 Somalis from Ethiopia to Germany — with “An additional 220 refugees [to] depart for Germany on a second IOM-chartered flight in mid-November” — in an official press release.
“We are happy that refugees enjoyed this facilitated charter flight from departure to destination, with no hassles faced,” commented Milun Jovanovic, IOM Operations Officer in Ethiopia, in the press release, which went on to boast: “For the past 15 year , IOM Ethiopia has been involved in relocating refugees to more than 16 countries, including the USA, Canada, Australia, Norway and the European Union [sic] through resettlement, family reunification [chain migration] and humanitarian admission programmes.”
In FIRST EVER @UNmigration international chartered flight from #Ethiopia, 154 #refugees departed from Addis Ababa to Kassel #Germany under the German #Resettlement program. A second flight is scheduled to depart mid-November with another 220 refugees. pic.twitter.com/OAIfEdypNh
— IOM Ethiopia (@IOMEthiopia) October 15, 2019
On October 25th, the UN agency further boasted that it had landed two flights of migrants in Germany’s relatively poor EU bedfellow of Romania, this time Syrians previously based in Amman, Jordan.
“The people who arrived today have been through the worst and now have a chance at rebuilding their lives in peace,” claimed Mircea Mocanu, Head of IOM’s office in Romania.
This article was posted: Monday, October 28, 2019 at 5:22 am