Albanian asylum-seeking children missing in England, the father of a 17-year-old confesses: His disappearance was planned

Albanian asylum-seeking children missing in England, the father of a 17-year-old


The disappearance of Albanian refugee children in Great Britain has provoked reactions, although a few days ago the British Foreign Minister Simon Murray also acknowledged it, who said that of the 200 missing children, 88% are of Albanian origin.

'Daily Mail' has brought the confession of an Albanian father about the disappearance of his 17-year-old son.

Orgito Luka, who was 17 when he disappeared in May last year, is still officially considered missing. He has stated that his son is among the 200 missing teenagers who, after going to England, lost contact with his family.

According to him, Orgito's disappearance was planned.

An 18-year-old Albanian also escaped disappearance, where he currently works at a construction site and regularly sends money to his family in Albania.

Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick told MPs last week that of the 4,600 unaccompanied child asylum seekers who arrived in the UK since 2021, 440 had disappeared and only half had been returned.

Of those still missing, 186 claimed to be either 16 or 17 years old and 176 are from Albania, a safe country.

The Ministry of Health has revealed the names of a dozen Albanian teenagers who disappeared from Home Office-approved hotels last year, most of whom would soon turn 18.

Some of the names do not appear in the Albanian records, raising doubts that they may have given false details or mistakes have been made.

Others appear to have active social media accounts that show off designer clothes, expensive restaurants and luxury cars.

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