DAILYKENN.com -- Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is demanding the French government explain why its officials abandoned two migrants in a wooded area in Italy.
The crime was observed by agents working for DIGOS, an "Italian law enforcement agency charged with investigating sensitive cases involving terrorism, organized crime and serious offences such as kidnapping and extortion."
The agents witnessed uniformed French police officers, referred to as "gendarmes" in the source article, accompanied the migrants in a van before leaving them in the woods.
The French government admitted the offense, but claimed it was a simple mistake.
Italy has toughened its stance against Islamic invaders posing as asylum seekers and refugees.
According to Italian officials the van transporting the migrants sped off after abandoning the two individuals. The presumption is that such offenses are common but have not been witnessed until now.
Apparently France is disposing of criminal or potentially terrorist migrants by dumping them in Italy.
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"We are facing an international disgrace, and Mr. Macron can not pretend anything. We do not accept the apology ", still attacks Salvini. "Who were - asks the Minister of the Interior - these immigrants? Where did they come from? Why were they abandoned ? And again: is it normal for civilians to download people in the woods? Why do the French speak of 'gendarmes who did not know the way', if the van returned to its country at great speed and without hesitation? We will go all the way, "concludes the minister.
Meanwhile, the Turin Public Prosecutor has opened a file on the matter after receiving the information from the Digos. The agents, as reported to the ANSA from investigative sources, have photographed the van and noted the license plate number . On the French front, the Prefecture of the Hautes-Alpes Department said that "the first checks carried out confirm this crossing, in contrast to the provisions in force. It seems that the Bardonecchia police station was properly informed in relation to the transfer of two foreigners. A request was madejoint investigation by the General Inspectorate of the National Gendarmerie (IGGN) and the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN) to clarify the terms of this intervention ". And the French Minister of European Affairs, Nathalie Loiseau, added that "from the first information we are talking about gendarmes who have just arrived in the region, who have warned the Italian police. They entered without wanting it in Italy. We have arranged an inquiry and an inspection. It was an accidental event ".
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