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Muslim Migrant chaos in Milan: 150 soldiers ordered into chaos-hit city after horror knife fight

Monday, November 21, 2016 14:14
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“We will send 150 more soldiers to Milan to support the police, who are already operating at the highest level,” Angelino Alfano, Interior minister

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Migrant crisis in Milan: 150 soldiers ordered into chaos-hit city after horror knife fight

By Rehema Figueiredo and Maria Ortega, The Express, Nov 21, 2016

THE ITALIAN government is planning to send in 150 soldiers into Milan over claims the city is at breaking point because of an influx of migrants

Angelino Alfano Interior minister and migrants

GETTY Angelino Alfano, Italy’s Interior minister is sending in troops to deal with the migrants

Interior minister, Angelino Alfano, added he would double the number of officers in the army to handle the chaos.

Mr Alfano said: “We will send 150 more soldiers to Milan to support the police, who are already operating at the highest level.

“When I became minister there were 400 military officers. The goal is to double that number.”

The minister was speaking at a security summit in Milan where the city’s mayor, Giuseppe Sala, said he begged the government to intervene after the city became overrun with migrants.

Mayor Sala said: “We are working to prevent and take action where necessary, so we asked the government to increase the number of soldiers that are already in the city.”

During the summit, which was held in the Palazzo Marino, it was also decided that military will be redirected from Rome to the city to deal with the crisis.

Italian police

GETTY Italian police are already stretched to capacity

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Milan skyline

GETTY The city of Milan is reaching breaking point

The mayor and government minister said the army will be in charge of “supervision of sensitive sites” while police will look after other key places such as the main train station where migrant gangs gather.

Mayor Sala said: “We believe in the use of mixed patrols and more military officers will strengthen those forces in the most difficult routes and meeting places.”

The announcement comes after a knife fight broke out between migrants from the Philippines in the city.

Migrants behind wire mesh

GETTY The government says Milan has already had more than its quota of migrants

The mayor also announced he his halting all new arrivals of migrants in the city until the situation is under control.

Mr Alfano said the city had “already done its part” to help deal with the migrant crisis and Italy needed a more coordinated effort between cities to make sure all were pulling their weight.

He added: “It has reached its quota. There will be a stop to migrant arrivals. The weight of immigration feels heavy because there are municipalities that do not accept migrants and others have to cope. We’ll try to get them to work together.”

Angelino Alfano Italy's Interior Minister

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Italy’s Interior Minister has said no more migrants can enter the city

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