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A plane carrying 19 Eritrean refugees left from Rome's Ciampino airport for Sweden, Friday, the first people to take part in the EU’s new relocation plan that aims to ease the pressure of the refugee crisis on Europe’s border-states. The refugees were escorted by EU Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos, Italian Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano, and Luxembourg Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Jean Asselborn. The Luxembourg politician chaired the EU committee on the relocation policy, which also decided to deport several thousand refuges back to their countries of origin. The small contingent is set to travel to Sweden’s Lulea and from there will be resettled in the central Swedish city of Ostersund. This is the first group out of around 40,000 asylum seekers that are expected to leave Italy for other non-frontline EU states that currently host lower numbers of refugees. At the end of September, EU officials reached an agreement to move an estimated 160,000 refugees from Greece and Italy to other member states over a period of two years. Hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants have crossed the Mediterranean and landed on European shores in 2015 alone, with southern Europe seeing the majority of arrivals. According to UNHCR figures, Italy is currently host to an estimated 129,000 new arrivals; while the United Nations (UN) estimate that around 2,400 people have lost their lives trying to cross the Mediterranean this year.
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