Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has rejected a German plan to return up to 40,000 migrants to Italy, vowing to “close the airports” if necessary.
Responding to reports that Germany is preparing to begin flying migrants to Italy in “the coming days,” Salvini blasted the scheme, indicating his willingess to apply the same approach to airports as he has taken to seaports under siege by illegal immigrants.
“If someone in Berlin or Brussels thinks of dumping dozens of migrants in Italy via unauthorized charter flights, they should know that there is not and there will be no airport available,” Salvini tweeted. “We [READ MORE HERE]
Source: EU Times