As the ‘Invasion of Europe‘ continues, Irish hospitals seem to have some common sense.
From the Irish Times:
A number of refugees due for resettlement in Ireland have been diverted to other countries after the Health Service Executive said they would not be offered medical treatment here.
In five cases involving programme refugees since 2011, the HSE when asked to provide treatment in the Irish health service did not do so, it has confirmed. “The HSE reviews the medical details of these people before they travel. In cases where treatment was not offered in Ireland, it was felt that it was not in the best interest of the applicant. These cases are then referred to another country for consideration,” a spokeswoman said.
Over the same period, it has treated 15 programme refugees with medical needs and it hopes to treat five more this year.
Remember! It is the UN that is calling the shots and putting pressure on western countries to take refugees.
Programme refugees have been invited to live here by the State under the auspices of the UN Refugee Agency’s Resettlement Programme.
Almost 280 programme refugees from various countries were received by Ireland between 2011 and 2014.
According to the HSE, 90 Syrian refugees were resettled in this country since October 2014. A further 220 refugees are expected to arrive in 2015 and in 2016.
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