Envoy sent to clarify feasibility of expelling immigrants to African country

The state filed a response to the High Court of Justice on the issue of the African migrant crisis,
and announced that an Israeli special envoy had left for one of the countries with which a deportation agreement had been signed, apparently Uganda, referred to as the “third country” in an official statement to the court.



Last month, the High Court issued a temporary injunction
for the state, ordering it to halt the planned mass expulsion
of African immigrants until it submits a response to a petition made to the court against it.


African migrants at Saharonim detention facility (Photo: EPA)


“In view of the recent allegations against the third country, and in view of the current focus of deporting solely to this country now, a number of factual updates have been…

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