U-turn on the big decision of the Trump Government will return to the faces of refugees of these 11 countries

U-turn on the big decision of the Trump Government will return to the faces of refugees of these 11 countries



Washington: The US announced Tuesday (January 30th) the ban on refugees from 11 countries with "high risk", but said that refugees desirous of entry into the United States would have to go through more stringent investigations than before. The names of refugees in these 11 countries have not been told, but it is understood that refugees from North Korea and 10 Muslim-majority countries will face severe investigations. Home security minister Christensen Nielsen said, "It is very important that we know who is entering the US." He said, "Because of these additional security measures, it will be difficult for the wrong people to take advantage of our refugee program . Safety measures will ensure that we adopt a more cautious approach to the country. "


The trump administration on these 11 countries had banned the refugee policy after review in October. Although they were not officially identified. Although refugee groups say that these countries include Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mali, North Korea, Somalia, Southern Sudan, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. On the condition of not issuing the name, a senior administrative official said that the policy of high security checks was not targeted for 11 countries targeting the Muslims.

"Our administration has nothing to do with religion," the official said. Donald Trump's stand has been tough since he became President of all countries and refugees. His predecessor, Barack Obama, fixed the limit for the influx of refugees in the financial year 2017 to one million 10 thousand. When Trump took over the job a year ago, they reduced this number to 53,000 and later again reduced it to 45,000 for the year 2018.


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