The French authorities decided to disband the refugee camp called "the Jungle." All those living in the camp, which is about 10 thousand refugees and migrants temporarily relocated to one of the French adoptive and counseling centers.
The government has offered them two options: to seek asylum and move to another area of France, or to return to their country of origin. "You get help and the necessary information about the procedures that you will need to pass if you have applied or wish to apply for asylum."
Emotions in the camp escalated after she spread information about the demolition of the camp. Later on Sunday, the riot police were called in to prevent the problem of crowd control on Monday. "The police were mobilized in large numbers to maintain order," said French interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet.
Thousands of refugees began to gather their meager belongings and to go to the processing center - a short walk from the camp - which will decide their fate. Then they will have to go through the heavy red door into the hangar. In bright blue tents inside, they will say about your decision to apply for asylum or to go back where they came from. Those who choose to stay in France will be shown on the map and offered the choice of two regions. Then they will have to wait for the bus that will take you to your destination.
Brandet says that migrants will be bus only at goodwill. "This will be done on a voluntary basis, no enforcement action will be taken against the migrants."
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