Another Refugee Center Closed in Poland
According to the Polish website Echodnia.eu, the refugee center in the Polish city of Radom was closed last week.
Nearly all residents of the center were Chechen asylum seekers. On November 11th, 53 people, who resided in the building, were transferred to four other refugee centers in Poland.
Ewa Piechota, spokeswoman for the Office for Foreigners, confirmed the information and said that four of the asylum seekers in Radom had decided to go back to their homeland.
Local residents are satisfied with the decision of the Office for Foreigners and told journalists that they are happy because there are not anymore foreigners around.
We reported that there was a racist attack against Chechen asylum seekers last year.
*Text was translated by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco