Engl: Stop deportation named “Dublin”on 27/10/2014: Deported

28/10/2014: Mr A was deported. The Bulgarian authorities let him go and advised that he leave Europe and return in 3 months when his Dublin would be expired ! He is currently living in the streets of Sofia with no house nor resource.

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Last minute 24/10, 06 p.m. A. mounted on the roof of the closed centre 127 bis this afternoon. Police come in the centre and take him in isolation in the centre. The tension was very strong in the centre

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There are several people in the closed centres who should be deported to
Bulgaria in the context of the famous ‘Dublin’ agreement. Bulgaria is not
really the best place for the welcoming of migrants. In January 2014, the
UNCHR had advised European countries not to send migrants back to Bulgaria
and they are still very cautious about the treatments of migrants in that
country. Being deported to Bulgaria means being imprisoned for months,
facing regular racist violence, living a long term wandering with no
livelihoods, and finally being deported to the country of origin.
http://bulgaria.bordermonitoring.eu/2014/07/07/trapped-in-europes-quagmire/
http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/info/EUR15/002/2014/en

Let’s resist these deadly migration policies ending with imprisonments and
deportations to all the European countries. Among the 30 daily
deportations done by Belgium, Mr A, from Afghanistan, will be deported to
‘his Dublin’, in this case Bulgaria, on Monday 27th of October 2014.
Let’s prevent this deportation!

A is Afghan, on October 27th 8.50 a.m, he will experiment his second deportation attempt to Sofia, Bulgaria.
He doesn’t want to return neither to Bulgaria nor to Afghanistan.
He is asking for our help to go and speak to the passengers of the flight and support him in his fight against his deportation.

Flight details:
Take off at 8.50 a.m terminal 2, Bulgaria Air

His testimony:

“I arrived in Bulgaria in June 2014 after fleeing Afghanistan. The border police arrested me. They took me to jail. They beat me and left me under the rain for two days, without giving me anything to eat. It was cold. I was sick but they didn’t bring me to a doctor.
They were really aggressive, they were treating human beings like animals. They told me “if you want asylum here, ask for it, otherwise we’ll send you back to Afghanistan.” They beat me and took my fingerprints under coercion. I didn’t want to stay in Bulgaria. I remained in prison for 17 days, then they released me with a temporary residence permit but they took my money, my phone, my clothes and they did not give me housing nor food. I could not afford to stay there, hence I went to see a courier so that he could send me to another country, and I came to Belgium to ask for help. But now, I’m in a closed centre here in Belgium. If they send me back to Bulgaria they will beat me and imprison me. They will not give me any place to live, no food, no papers, nothing! My life will be a pure disaster.
Even worse, if they send me back to Afghanistan, my life will be in danger, and if I come back to Europe by illegal means, I might die or be seriously injured!
If you refuse my asylum request here in Belgium, I am OK to go to another country, but please, don’t send me back to Bulgaria or Afghanistan !”

Let’s meet at the airport on 27/10/2014 at 7 a.m. to warn the passengers of their rights and duties, and to support Amin!

Come on, let go! send faxes and emails to protest against all these deadly deportation flights! Act very fast!

Here lettre to send to

Bulgaria air
TEL : 0032 2 753 2016
FAX : 0032 2 753 2017
brussels@air.bg
brussels2@air.bg

Contact in Sofia

Tel: (+359) 2 402 04 00
E-mail: callFB@air.bg

fax/mail
– Monsieur M. F. Roosemont, Directeur de l’Office des Etrangers : Bur_Presse@dofi.fgov.be
T 02 793 80 31 (NL – EN) – 02 793 80 30 (FR), Fax 02 274 66 40 ,

Hi,
I send this email to you to protest against the deportation of A that is going to take place with the support of your company on
October 27th at 8.50 a.m.
Amin Niazi, who is from afghanistan, will experiment his second
deportation.
He doesn’t want to return neither to Bulgaria nor to Afghanistan.

He arrived in Bulgaria in June 2014 after fleeing Afghanistan. The
border police arrested him and took him to jail. They beat him and left
me under the rain for two days, without giving him anything to eat. He
was sick but they didn’t bring him to a doctor.
He remained in prison for 17 days, then they released him with a
temporary residence permit but they took his money, his phone, his
clothes and they did not give him housing nor food. He could not afford
to stay there, hence he went to see a courier so that he could send him
to another country, and he came to Belgium to ask for help. If you send
him back to Bulgaria they will beat him and imprison him. His life will
be a pure disaster.

A will do everything he can to resist this deportation.

Stop this deportation before it is too late !
Don’t collaborate with this daily violence !

Thank you for your attention.

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