The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has facilitated the evacuations of more than 100 refugees, including 38 children, on a flight out of Libya to Rwanda, announced the U.N. agency on Thursday.
“They will receive shelter and assistance at the Emergency Transit Mechanism in Gashora,” UNHCR added via Twitter.
More than 100 vulnerable asylum seekers, including 38 children, have been evacuated on a flight out of Libya to reach safety in Rwanda.
They will receive shelter & assistance at the Emergency Transit Mechanism in Gashora.@EUinLibya @eu_near pic.twitter.com/fpwVWrNhaI
— UNHCR Libya (@UNHCRLibya) September 1, 2022
The agency reported yesterday that it helped 41 refugees leave Libya on flights to be resettled in Norway this week.