619 migrants from their African and Arab nationalities were deported from eastern Libya

The anti-illegal immigration agency in the eastern city of Benghazi has deported 619 African and Arab nationalities in the largest transfer carried out by the city’s bureau in recent months in one month.

The head of the Information Office of the Anti-Illegal Immigration Authority Benghazi Amjad al-Worfli said Sunday that the total number of migrants who were deported last November was 619 immigrants of African and Arab nationality .

Al-Urfali added that the Qanfouda Shelter of the illegal immigration agency Benghazi has deported the migrants to the city of Sabha and the Amsad al-Bari port on the Egyptian border to deport them to their countries of origin.

As for the details of the operation, he confirmed that the nationalities of the migrants are 332 Egyptians, 203 Chadians, 24 Syrians, 37 Sudanese, 5 Somalis, 3 Ghanaians and 15 Yemenis.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has revealed that more than 14,000 illegal immigrants have been repatriated from Libya since the beginning of the year, representing the nationalities of 24 countries.

The voluntary return program in Libya is a program implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to arrange for the return of irregular migrants stranded in their countries since 2006, at their request.

Libya is one of the largest transit countries in the world, where the boats of immigrants, which are often rickety, and carrying hundreds of immigrants, more than the load of boats, which are small and dedicated to fishing.