IOM Chief Swing explains the implication of massive population move into the European Union (24/02/2016)

 Director-General William Swing of the International Organization for Migration calls for more humanitarian compassion in responding to the crisis situation.

Mr. William Lacy Swing was the United States ambassador to six countries in Africa before he became the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and assumed his position as the Director General of the International Organization for Migration in 2008.
Mr. William Lacy Swing was the United States ambassador to six countries in Africa before he became the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and assumed his position as the Director General of the International Organization for Migration in 2008.

From left to right: Ms. Yuri AKIMOTO, Announcer, Mr. Osamu SORIMACHI, Director-General William Swing and Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa in the Prime News discussing the response by receiving countries to the massive inflows of immigrants and refugees
From left to right: Ms. Yuri AKIMOTO, Announcer, Mr. Osamu SORIMACHI, Director-General William Swing and Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa in the Prime News discussing the response by receiving countries to the massive inflows of immigrants and refugees

Regarding the move to implement more restrict policies by various European countries; DG Swing advises that the disunity among EU members should not result in loss of humanitarian concerns and automatic rejection of refugees and migrants.
Regarding the move to implement more restrict policies by various European countries; DG Swing advises that the disunity among EU members should not result in loss of humanitarian concerns and automatic rejection of refugees and migrants.

 

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