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Albanian immigrants have seriously worried the British authorities. This has set in motion the diplomatic body of the United Kingdom in Albania.
Ambassador Alastair King-Smith held a meeting with the Director General of the Albanian Police, Gladis Nano.
In the official announcement, the embassy states that they agreed to act as soon as possible in response to criminals who are exploiting young Albanians who are traveling to the UK illegally.
"We expressed our shared determination to stop the flow of illegal immigrants to the UK and Europe. We discussed the reality that awaits everyone who arrives on UK shores.
Illegal immigrants cannot secure legal jobs. They will soon return to Albania and will never be able to travel to the UK again.
"All those people and their families who may be tempted to travel to Britain should not fall prey to crime propaganda," says Alastair King-Smith.
So the returnees will no longer have the opportunity to travel to the UK. During the last year, about 1,000 Albanians have returned, convicted of various crimes and of those who go on illegal routes.
About 40% of immigrants who go illegally to Britain are Albanians. The British media have been raising the concern of these crossings through the "La Manche" for days. Albanians, they say, are helped by gangs, while the price to go to Britain has dropped to 2 thousand pounds.