The Secretary of State said that the president has made it clear where he wants to go, but we must focus on our capabilities and what we do.
Washington— Secretary of State Anthony Brinken said on Sunday that it would be “very difficult” to achieve the 62,000 refugee quota promised by President Joe Biden. He believed that the refugee system established when the government entered lacked “the necessary means to effectively handle refugees.” “. As we expected, “CNN has many publishers.
“I think what the President and the White House are saying today is based on what we have seen so far. In terms of inheritance and power, we have to see what we have, what we can put, and how much we have to spend It takes a long time to implement, and it will be very difficult to meet 62,000 refugees this fiscal year,” Brinken told ABC News, adding that the Trump-era policy ban on refugees in the Middle East and Africa “has now risen” and is now in Refugees in this process are eligible to apply for asylum in the United States.
When asked whether the government will accept 125,000 refugees next year, Brinken replied: “Look, the president has made it clear where he wants to go, but we must focus on our capabilities and what we do.”
When Biden faced pressure from refugee groups and Congressional Democrats, Bush made the above comments. Biden announced on Friday that he will keep the number of refugees for the current fiscal year at 15,000, and he will not increase this limit. The Biden administration proposed in February to increase the limit to 62,500.
National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan could not reveal how many refugees Biden will eventually allow into the country on Sunday, but he insisted that the president “did not violate this promise” and allow more refugees to enter the United States.