The arrival of newcomers in the country poses a risk to “social cohesion and integration,” the secret memo reportedly said
Ireland’s arrival of the tens or thousands of Ukrainian refugees could threaten to undermine its sovereignty “social cohesion and integration”According to reports, the prediction was made by a secret memo from the cabinet.
According to an article published by the Irish Independent on Saturday, the country’s ministers were told that the current level of Ireland’s humanitarian response to the conflict in Ukraine could become unsustainable in the coming weeks. According to the memo, it was stated that newcomers could be without housing, education or income support in Ireland.
This situation is particularly hazardous. “deprived communities”What could be the impact of Ukrainian refugees arriving in Ukraine? “social cohesion and integration.”
In the paper the memo was called the “first evidence of concerns at the highest levels of government about the impact of this crisis on communities across the country,”They have seen a huge influx in newcomers recently.
Among the areas likely to feel the brunt most, the Independent claimed citing the memo, are Ireland’s public services, as well as transport, travel and the tourism industry. Supporting refugees could have an impact on Ireland’s economy. “wider population,”The memo states that the memo includes “the unsustainability of that very model of humanitarian response, additional budgetary pressures, and increased demand for public services” – some of which already have “unmet demand.”
According to reports, up to 5,000 people may be without housing in the future, given that approximately 250 refugees are arriving daily on the Emerald Isle. According to reports, the waiting times for accommodation will increase.
More than 30.000 people have arrived from Ukraine to Ireland since Russia began its massive military campaign against Ukraine at the end of February. According to the report, more than 21,000 people are looking for accommodation in the state. The report also shows that less than 2,000 refugees have jobs in Ireland.
UN data shows that more than 6.4 million have fled Ukraine in the aftermath of fighting. Nearly 3 million people fled Ukraine to Poland. Two other main destinations for Ukrainian refugees were Russia and Romania, where around 900,000.00 people entered each country.