30 Albanians are reported to have been deported from Netherlands back to their country.
The reported deportees are part of the migrants who flocked to the Dutch country as asylum seekers.
In a statement released on Friday by the Dutch Embassy in Tirana said that, from a total number of 1,650 Albanians who sought refuge in the country, 500 have been deported within nine months.
According to the reports, it is said that a lot of the Albanians go to the Dutch country through human trafficking channels therefore they don’t qualify to be given an asylum.
Albanian visa requirements was lifted in 2010 with the aim of encouraging Democratic reforms in the Balkan states.
A lot of people have been migrating to EU countries due to inside tensions and economic crisis in their home counties especially from Middle East, Africa and stretching up through Europe.
According to the International Organisation for Migration, its said that this is the largest movement of people then world has seen since World War 11