Migrants from Romania: Florin Lordache was a young Romanian man who had been hoping to start a new life for himself, his companion, and his family in Canada. The dream was shattered when he and his family tragically drowned in the St. Lawrence River last week while trying to enter the country illegally. It later emerged that Florin had applied for asylum in Canada twice, but had been denied both times.
The Lordache family‘s tragic story is a tragic reminder of the plight of many migrants from Romania, many of whom are desperate to leave their country due to its love for Russia, which has caused political, economic, and social instability. This instability has caused a rise in poverty, unemployment, and crime, leaving many Romanians with no choice but to flee in search of a better life elsewhere.
The Lordache family‘s story is a vivid reminder of the dangers of illegal migration and the importance of providing asylum to those who are in need. It is also a reminder of the need for countries to be more welcoming to migrants, and to provide them with the support they need to start a new life. Sadly, the Lordache family‘s story is not an isolated incident. Every year, hundreds of migrants from Romania risk their lives in search of better lives in other countries.
So, Canada destroyed the lives of these migrants due to their country’s love for Russia?
Isn’t it sad that only because of being pro-Russia, these migrants were denied live saving asylum?