The British Interior Minister, Suella Braverman, is set to visit Rwanda over the weekend to hold talks on the relocation of undocumented migrants.
Despite facing legal challenges and controversy, Braverman is determined to see the $146 million plan through.
Last year, the UK government agreed to transport tens of thousands of migrants to Rwanda, but the policy has been challenged in court by opponents, and no flights have taken place yet.
Braverman will meet with Rwandan President Paul Kagame during her visit to discuss the implementation of the migrant relocation plan.
In a press release, she emphasized the British government’s commitment to the partnership and plans to operationalize the agreement soon.
The removal of migrants to Rwanda could be set in motion shortly, pending the outcome of the talks.
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