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A LOT OF IRREGULAR MIGRANTS END UP ON THE STREETS, PROSTITUTION- BELGIUM GOVERNMENT

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A LOT OF IRREGULAR MIGRANTS END UP ON THE STREETS, PROSTITUTION- BELGIUM GOVERNMENT                                                                                      02-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      The Belgium government has told prospective irregular migrants to Europe to bury their dream as there is no more Golden Fleece in Europe.

The Director General, Office of Foreigners of Belgium, Mr. Freddy Roosemont who made this known in Abuja during a press conference said right now there was no space for people to migrate to in his country, noting that a lot of irregular migrants end up on the streets.

He therefore stressed that most dreams of a better life in Europe are fake as it is not easy to survive in Europe, insisting that the economic meltdown was a global phenomenon.

“First of all, informing the people correctly, because that they often leave with a dream. If I say to the investor, you’re gonna win the lottery next week and it’s going to bring you a million euros and he believes me it will be a dream, is that dream realistic? Not at all.

“ It’s not easy to survive in Europe, without a decent job and without sort of being an employer or by a university. The dream is fake.

Mr Roosemont explained that the number of regular migrants allowed in Belgium were limited, strict and restricted, noting that it was only for “a limited number of people who have gone through a number of conditions.

He warned that coming to Belgium with the intention to seek asylum would not also work, as there is low chances of obtaining a residence permit.

The Director General of Belgium office of Foreigners, lamented that many asylum seekers living in Brussels live on the street, adding that the temperature in Brussels is not what friendly.

“It got to minus seven, minus five. Now it’s around zero Celsius. So it’s really not easy to survive in Brussels without help without an assistance.”

“We are by law obliged to give that assistance but we simply can’t do it because places are filled up or simply filled up. It’s a very painful situation for Belgium, but it’s like that if you look at the newspapers, if you look at the journals, if you walk in the streets in Brussels, you’re going to see everywhere, people sleeping on the streets and people trying to survive with out any help.

“Secondly, we also see that a lot of people, especially girls are forced into prostitution in the big cities.

“If we find girls like that, we try to help them we try to help them to come to come them the people come keep guilty of that.”

He also added that there are certain procedures in the Belgium Justice Department that also would help girls who want to leave the profession.

Mr Roosemont pleaded with the media to help educate the people, saying: “Notify the youth that it’s not the dream to go to Europe to go to Belgium is not realistic and it’s very dangerous.

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