Eurostat: 530 unaccompanied Albanian minors applied for asylum in 2017

Eurostat: 530 unaccompanied Albanian minor applied for asylum in 2017

 Albanians seem to want so much to live their country that they do not hesitate to "exploit" their children or give them permition to leave the country alone.

There are about 530 Albanian minors, who unaccompanied by their parents have applied for asylum in European Union countries, according to data released today in Eurostat statistics. Compared with the previous year, their number has dropped, while in 2016, the number of applications was 755.

Eurostat has published data on "Asylum applications considered unaccompanied minors, by country of citizenship, 2017".

The claims of the unaccompanied Albanian asylum-seekers in EU countries make up the highest number of asylum applications from unaccompanied children across Europe, while we are in the 16th place in the world after those countries whose people escaped the wars such as Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq etc, (see table).

After Albania, from the European countries, the highest number of children's applications have countries such as Russia (Euro-Asia), or Turkey, which have a much larger population than Albania. Of the countries in the region from Serbia there were 25 applications and from Bosnia 10.

The highest number of applications from Albania was in the United Kingdom, with 250 unaccompanied children, followed by Sweden with 75 and Belgium and Germany, respectively with 55 children.
Eurostat: 530 unaccompanied Albanian minors applied for asylum in 2017 Eurostat: 530 unaccompanied Albanian minors applied for asylum in 2017 Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Rating: 5
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