Monday, September 11, 2017

Burundians decides to go back home



The first batch of some seven hundred refugees from Burundi who have volunteered to return home are expected to depart this week. According to an assistant director in the department of refugees in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Deusdedit Masusu, two batches of 350 refugees each -- out of 13,000 who have since registered to return home -- will depart in two different days. “During this month we’ve scheduled seven repatriation trips each with an average of 350 refugees adding that more refugees were expected to join the forthcoming trips.



Mass movements of refugees returning to their homeland in Burundi
 
Mr Masusu said over the weekend that some 13,000 refugees have registered to return home and the ministry expects that more would volunteer following a smooth start of repatriations. “By the end of September, we are certain that those who are now hesitating to register will do so because they will find it necessary to go back home after receiving positive feedback from returnees,” he noted. He added that all what parties were now out to ensure, the repatriations were conducted in line with procedures set out in the tripartite agreements to ensure safety and dignity to the returning refugees.

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