Italy's Salvini tells Macron to stop sending migrants back to Italy


Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has called on France to stop turning back migrants who succeed in crossing into the country from Italy at the Rivierra town of Ventimiglia, adding that French President Emmanuel Macron 'is the first who should show solidarity and sensibility by reopening the border'.

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Tuesday that France should show greater “solidarity and sensibility” on immigration and suspend its policy of turning back migrants who try to enter France at the Ventimiglia border crossing, reports Reuters.