The Rwandan government has announced its readiness to welcome thousands of migrants from the UK as part of a global migration partnership to improve the current system. In an effort to address the challenges of migration, Rwanda will be partnering with the UK to provide a safe haven for migrants seeking refuge.
Yolande Makolo, the spokesperson for the Rwandan government, reiterated the country’s commitment to providing a welcoming environment for refugees, emphasizing that living in Rwanda is not a punishment but a good thing. She stated that Rwanda has always been prepared to take in migrants and contribute to the improvement of the global migration system.
Ms. Makolo expressed her pride in partnering with the UK to address the global challenge of migration, noting that they are committed to it for the right reasons. She highlighted the concern of losing young African lives in dangerous journeys across the desert and sea and noted that Rwanda is determined to provide a safe and secure environment for refugees.
As part of the partnership, the first flights of migrants from the UK are expected to arrive in Rwanda by summer. Rwanda is determined to absorb the thousands that will come from the UK throughout the partnership and is committed to making it a success.
The initiative aims to provide a migration solution for refugees seeking safety and security, and to address the broken and unfit-for-purpose global migration system. Rwanda believes that the partnership will contribute to improving the system and will help solve the challenges of migration faced globally.
In conclusion, the Rwanda-UK migration partnership is an important step towards addressing the challenges of migration and providing a safe and secure environment for refugees. Rwanda’s commitment to the initiative and its determination to make it a success is commendable, and the partnership sets an excellent example for other countries to follow.