Next year the U.S. will make 30 thousand and 15 thousand less than this

As the Associated Press reported, citing state Secretary Mike Pompeo, 2019 fiskalna year, the United States will take on 15 thousand less than in 2018 — 30 thousand people. This statement was made despite statements by international human rights organizations about the fact that last year’s limit of 45 thousand was extremely small.

BREAKING: US slashes refugee admission limit for next year to 30,000, 15,000 fewer than this year.

— The Associated Press (@AP) September 17, 2018

Figure (30 thousand), voiced by Secretary of state Monday, September 17 is the maximum that the United States will take for the new fiscal year beginning on October 1. As noted by the AP, the actual number of refugees may be even lower this bar.

In the last year of the presidency of Barack Obama, the States took about 85 thousand refugees. In this fiscal year, the number was the lowest in the last decade.

The decision of the administration of the current President reflects the immigration policies of Donald trump, aimed at reducing the number of refugees and migrants in the United States.

This news is updated.