Tunisia Rejects EU Plan for “Offshore Refugee Processing Centers”

The nonsense plan developed by the European Union which envisaged building “migrant processing centers” in North Africa—supposedly where “asylum claims” could be processed before the invaders actually landed in Europe—has been dealt a final death blow with Tunisia’s refusal to even contemplate the idea.

In an interview with the Deutsche Welle (DW) news service, Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi said that his country was completely “safe” (contradicting European liberals who want to give “asylum” to Tunisian nationals) and that the government there would never consider the “migrant processing center” plan.

“Tunisia is a safe country; that is the truth. It is much safer than many other countries,” Essebsi said.

“Regarding refugees and the problem that they pose for Europe and other regions: Tunisia guarantees the freedom of its citizens, no matter what their conduct. If Tunisians abroad do something wrong and are sent back, then we will take them in. But not citizens of other countries.”

Asked by DW if Tunisia would accept the opening of “refugee reception centers,” Essebsi said that this was “out of the question,” adding that his country does not have the capacity to open such centers.

The “plan” was also earlier rejected by Morocco, another North African state which has seen large numbers of its nationals join the nonwhite invasion of Europe.

In October, Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said he rejected the EU’s plans, joining Albania, Algeria and Egypt who have all said that they are not interested in participating.

In another blow to the liberal plans to flood white nations with nonwhite invaders, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki surprised German Chancellor Angela Merkel by unexpectedly announcing during a joint press conference in Berlin that his country would also not sign the UN’s Global Compact For Migration.

“It is very likely that … we will not be part of the global pact,” Morawiecki said, adding that this was in line with the decisions taken by the US, Austria, and Hungary.

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1 Comment

  1. Supposedly, Tunisia is a middle income nation.

    Yet – unlike certain high income nations – they have enough self-respect to stand up for themselves, never mind the threats and bribes.

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