Despite being pro refugee all these years, Leo Varadkar has finally seen the situation first hand and has admitted on his FIRST visit to a refugee camp, that it had changed his perspectives on the issue, but said it would still be mistaken to dismiss people’s concerns about migration. Controversially, he admitted migrants affect housing back home, something the political class have been denying vocally.
The embattled Irish Leader who seemed to be escaping a slew of crisis in almost all government departments back home, on top of his controversial pro EU land grab in Northern Ireland with BRexit, visited the Mai Aini refugee camp close to Ethiopia’s border with Eritrea on the last day of his three-day visit to Ethiopia. The camp houses around 12,500 of the 907,000 refugees registered in Ethiopia.
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