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Increased immigrants in the streets of Paris

Along the πολύβουων mall and a canal in the northeastern part of the French capital, hundreds of tents have been set up by immigrants – mostly Africans who claim to be from Sudan – who have placed cardboard boxes on the ground to be able to cope with the autumn cold.The presence of refugees in these areas is not something new, however, increased significantly this week, told the news agency Reuters, the Colombes Μπροσέλ, deputy mayor of Paris for security issues.Increased immigrants in the streets of ΠαρισιούΟ number of refugees and migrants who sleep on the streets of Paris has increased at least by one-third from the beginning of the week when he started the business of evacuation in the slums of the “Jungle” of Calais, said officials today.ΚΟΣΜΟΣΑνάρτηση νέου56' ΠΡΙΝΤελευταία ενημέρωση56' ΠΡΙΝTAGS: Paris homeless street refugees.Along the πολύβουων mall and a canal in the northeastern part of the French capital, hundreds of tents have been set up by immigrants – mostly Africans who claim to be from Sudan – who have placed cardboard boxes on the ground to be able to cope with the autumn cold.The presence of refugees in these areas is not something new, however, increased significantly this week, told the news agency Reuters, the Colombes Μπροσέλ, deputy mayor of Paris for security matters.”We have recorded a large increase from the beginning of the week. Yesterday, our teams counted 40 to 50 new scenes in the space of two days,” noted the official, adding that at the moment the number of tents is 700 to 750.This means that 2,000 – 2,500 people sleeping in the area, compared with approximately 1,500 a few days earlier, stressed the same.”This is not an explosive increase in numbers, but recorded a clear rise,” said the Μπροσέλ.”Some are from Calais, the others from other areas.”The French authorities broke up this week the Jungle of Calais and more than 6,000 residents of the camp were reallocated to accommodation centres throughout France.The head of asylum services Pascal Brice said from the side of the that the arrivals in Paris does not mean that there has been a massive move from the Jungle to the capital.”Possibly there have been movements on the outskirts (towards Paris), but what is critical is that these 6000 people to protect themselves,” he said speaking to the news agency Reuters.Between the metro stations Stalingrad and Jaures in the French capital, migrants who spent the night in tents on the median of a highway, two-way, were scattered today in the morning. Many carried with them their tents, while the police carry out patrols along the avenue. Executives of the security forces and they were checking their identities and the demands for asylum, and later allowed the refugees to set up the tents.”There are many young people here,” said the 21-year-old Mustafa, from Darfur.Ali from the Sudan said: “I see more people than in the past. People came yesterday and the day before yesterday from Calais”.The deputy mayor Μπροσέλ argued that it is the responsibility of the central government and not local authorities, to take measures.”These people need to be transferred to shelters,” he stressed.The Interior minister of France Bernard Huh said today that the makeshift camps in Paris will fall apart the next time.Source

Along the πολύβουων mall and a canal in the northeastern part of the French capital, hundreds of tents…
have been set up by immigrants – mostly Africans who claim to be from Sudan – who have placed cardboard boxes on the ground to be able to cope with the autumn cold.
The presence of refugees in these areas is not something new, however, increased significantly this week, told the news agency Reuters, the Colombes Μπροσέλ, deputy mayor of Paris for security issues.
Increased immigrants in the streets of Paris
The number of refugees and migrants who sleep on the streets of Paris has increased at least by one-third from the beginning of the week when he started the business of evacuation in the slums of the “Jungle” of Calais, said officials today.
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Along the πολύβουων mall and a canal in the northeastern part of the French capital, hundreds of tents have been set up by immigrants – mostly Africans who claim to be from Sudan – who have placed cardboard boxes on the ground to be able to cope with the autumn cold.
The presence of refugees in these areas is not something new, however, increased significantly this week, told the news agency Reuters, the Colombes Μπροσέλ, deputy mayor of Paris for security issues.
“We have recorded a large increase from the beginning of the week. Yesterday, our teams counted 40 to 50 new scenes in the space of two days,” noted the official, adding that at the moment the number of tents is 700 to 750.
This means that 2,000 – 2,500 people sleeping in the area, compared with approximately 1,500 a few days earlier, stressed the same.
“This is not about an explosive increase in numbers, but recorded a clear rise,” said the Μπροσέλ.
“Some are from Calais, the others from other areas.”
The French authorities broke up this week the Jungle of Calais and more than 6,000 residents of the camp were reallocated to accommodation centres throughout France.
The head of asylum services Pascal Brice said from the side of the that the arrivals in Paris does not mean that there has been a massive move from the Jungle to the capital.
“Possibly there have been movements on the outskirts (towards Paris), but what is critical is that these 6000 people to protect themselves,” he said speaking to the news agency Reuters.
Between the metro stations Stalingrad and Jaures in the French capital, migrants who spent the night in tents on the median of a highway, two-way, were scattered today in the morning. Many carried with them their tents, while the police carry out patrols along the avenue. Executives of the security forces and they were checking their identities and the demands for asylum, and later allowed back on the refugees to fit their scenes.
“There are many young people here,” said the 21-year-old Mustafa, from Darfur.
Ali from the Sudan said: “I see more people than in the past. People came yesterday and the day before yesterday from Calais”.
The deputy mayor Μπροσέλ argued that it is the responsibility of the central government and not local authorities, to take measures.
“These people need to be transferred to shelters,” he stressed.
The Interior minister of France Bernard Huh said today that the makeshift camps in Paris will fall apart the next time.
Source

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