PM: Migrants will be returned to their country with dignity

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 17, 2012 11:36

 
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Ahead of the departure of 120 South Sudanese migrants, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday morning that the migrants will be returned to their country in a organized and dignified manner.

Speaking at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting, the prime minister said that in the coming months the border fence in the South would be completed.

He added that authorities would stop the procedure of "transferring infiltrators to Tel Aviv - whoever enters Israel will go straight to detention centers."

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