The Government will approve 20 million for the reception of migrant minors
The Minister council will foreseeably approve this Tuesday, November 8, at the proposal of the Ministry of Social Rights and for the Agneda 2030, a budget allocation of 20 million euros to be distributed among the autonomous communities, including the Canary Islands and the autonomous city of Ceuta for the care for unaccompanied migrant children and adolescentswho will be welcomed in solidarity by the receiving communities from the territories with the largest number of minors, according to sources from the Ministry of Social Rights.
The endowment is part of the Response Plan to the migratory crisis for migrant minors that the Government has launched to carry out the solidarity transfer of migrant children and adolescents who travel alone and support the territories that do not have sufficient resources to guarantee the protection of these minors.
These 20 million correspond to the second payment of the total of 35 million budgeted by the ministry to support the Autonomous Communities., including the Canary Islands and the city of Ceuta, in its work and competence in the care of unaccompanied migrant children and adolescents. The first budget distribution of 15 million euros was allocated to the Canary Islands and Ceuta and Melilla, as they were the regions most affected as they were preferential access points for migratory routes from Africa to Europe.
In this second distribution, Melilla is not included because it already received a first aid in the first distribution and now it does not have the capacity exceeded and will not receive any minor. For their part, Ceuta and the Canary Islands do enter the distribution because they are recipients and also need help to continue receiving unaccompanied migrant minors, according to the same sources.
Once the Council of Ministers authorizes the payment, the Sectorial Conference on Childhood and Adolescence will definitively approve the objective criteria and the territorial distribution of this second distribution of the budget credit.
According to what they point out from the department that directs Ione Belarra“it is essential that the State respect and guarantee the rights of all children and adolescents, from a comprehensive perspective of rights, regardless of their place of origin.”
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