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The prisoner turned out to be Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe, an Eritrean refugee with the same first name as the actual smuggler. Following European pressure, the Sudanese Parliament adopted a raft of anti-smuggling legislation in 2014, and the rules have since led to the prosecution of some officials over alleged involvement in the smuggling business.
But according to four smugglers whom I interviewed clandestinely during my trip to Sudan, the security services remain closely involved in the trade, with both N.
In practical terms, the approach is working: The number of migrants arriving in Europe has more than halved since 2016.
But many migration advocates say the moral cost is high.
The European Union has also agreed that Khartoum will act as a nerve center for countersmuggling collaboration. The planned countertrafficking coordination center in Khartoum — staffed jointly by police officers from Sudan and several European countries, including Britain, France and Italy — will partly rely on information sourced by N. In a bid to deter future migrants, at least three European countries — Belgium, France and Italy — have allowed in Sudanese police officers to hasten the deportation of Sudanese asylum seekers, General Dhia said.
While no European money has been given directly to any Sudanese government body, the bloc has funneled 106 million euros — or about 1 million — into the country through independent charities and aid agencies, mainly for food, health and sanitation programs for migrants, and for training programs for local officials.“While we engage on some areas for the sake of the Sudanese people, we still have a sanction regime in place,” said Catherine Ray, a spokeswoman for the European Union, referring to an embargo on arms and related material.“We are not encouraging Sudan to curb migration, but to manage migration in a safe and dignified way,” Ms. Ahmed Salim, the director of one of the nongovernmental groups that receives European funding, said the bloc was motivated by both self-interest and a desire to improve the situation in Sudan.“They don’t want migrants to cross the Mediterranean to Europe,” said Mr. Nominally, their official role is simply to identify their citizens.
But, he said, the money his organization receives means better services for asylum seekers in Sudan. European officials have direct contact only with the Sudanese immigration police, and not with the R. F., or the security forces that Lieutenant Omar works for, known as N. More than 50 Sudanese seeking asylum in Europe have been deported in the past 18 months from Belgium, France and Italy; The New York Times interviewed seven of them on a recent visit to Sudan. At one point the dissident, who asked that his name be withheld for his safety, lost consciousness and had to be taken to the hospital. The dissident said that, before his deportation from France, Sudanese police officers had threatened him as French officers stood nearby.
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