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d them Cameroonians blocked for months in the buffer zone separating the two parts of the divided island of Cyprus are part of the group of 50 Migrants that will be transferred to the after a two-day visit of Pope Francis to Nicosia, announced on Friday the local authorities.
"It is the most beautiful day of my life," exclaimed Daniel Ejube, 20 years old, at the exit of the Church of the Holy Cross in the Cypriot capital, where the Sovereign Pontiff presided over an ecumenical prayer with migrants.
"I thank the Pope for all he did", added this Cameroonian migrant who, with Grace Issue, 24, is blocked since the end of May in the demilitarized zone administered by United Nations peacekeepers in Nicosia, The last capital divided into the world.
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Cyprus is divided since the invasion of Northern Island by the Turkish Army in 1974 in response to a coup d'etat of Cypriots-Greek nationalists wishing to attach this country to the.
Arriving in the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus (RTCN, self-proclaimed and recognized by Ankara) The two young Cameroonians tried to cross the line of demarcation in Nicosia on May 24, in the hope of obtaining asylum in, internationally recognized and a member of the European Union. But they were repressed by the Cypriot authorities.
The two migrants are stuck since between two checkpoints of the quasi "No Man's Land" barbed wire that separates the north and south of the island.
The RTCN does not have an asylum system in place, the Cameroonians might be considered illegal and expelled to their country of origin if they were trying to turn back to the North.
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In the last six months, young migrants were able to survive with the help of the UN agency for refugees ("important initiative" ), as well as several Cypriot NGOs that provided food, sheets and assistance legal.
The Pope, which put the migratory question at the heart of his visit, must take 50 migrants, including 10 migrants in an irregular situation held, with him in Italy, according to Nicosia.
The Cypriot Ministry of the Interior thanked the Pope for its "important initiative", while confirming that two Cameroonians blocked in the buffer zone "separating the two parts of the divided island were among the migrants who had to leave with the Sovereign Pontiff.
The department also accused thefrom "instrumentalizing migration to Cyprus", calling on "European partners" to be "solidarity" with Nicosia face "the difficulties related to the growing flow of migrants".
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The situation of migrants crossing the line of demarcation is "extremely worrying," said AFP Katja Saha, UNHCR spokesman in Cyprus, stating that they are denied the right to apply for asylum. , which drives them to "use smugglers" to cross the border.
During his ecumenical prayer pronounced in front of the migrants, Pope Francis called to "open his eyes" in front of "slavery" and "torture", what are migrants in the camps, drawing up a parallel with the Second World War .
In 2016, the Sovereign Pontiff had already brought back to Rome three Syrian families from Lesbos (Greece), the main point of entry of migrants in Europe.
The Republic of Cyprus states that some 10,000 migrants in an irregular situation arrived in the first ten months of the year, most of them from the north of the island.
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03/12/2021 19:43:19 - Nicosia (AFP) - © 2021 AFP
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