Due to their reluctance to copy the successful policy of the Australians, the Euros are now courting Sudanese genocidal tyrant, Omar el-Bashir.
The EU is reportedly brokering a deal with a suspected Sudanese war criminal
European diplomats, led by Germany, have reportedly been discussing plans to work with dictatorships around the Horn of Africa – the easternmost extension of the continent home to Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia – in order to stop the flow of migrants to Europe.
Minutes taking during EU meetings in March obtained by German newspaper Spiegel reportedly provide the first concrete plan for £40million to be handed out to eight African countries over three years.
The border protection project will also provide equipment to the countries in question.
The EU’s multimillion action plan for the troubled area of Africa will give emergency funding to eight countries – including conflict-ridden Sudan.
Sudan is part of a key route for refugees from Eritrea, Somalia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic who then head to Libya to take boats to Europe.