DEFENDING ITALY: Salvini Lays Down The Law On Migrant Boat Landings

Matteo Salvini has told a state Italian Radio station that he decides on whether migrant boats dock in Italian ports or not in response to rumours that the Italian military are unhappy with a directive issued by his Interior Ministry.

He told Radio1’s program ‘Radio anch’io’ that Italians paid him to defend them and that is exactly what he intends to do;

“I have all the authority to decide.

“The port is assigned by the interior minister, whether you like it or not, Italians pay me to defend them and I am doing it”.

Due to the risk of terrorists infiltrating migrant boats from North Africa he confirmed that no landings will be allowed:

“This is why I need to stress that no landings are allowed in Italy.”

“There are no arrivals without a permit.”

“This year we have cut down by 92% arrivals by sea and halved the number of dead and missing.”

“Clearly, a serious and rigorous policy gives results”.

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