The Northern League player Alan Fabbri contradicts Salvini’s line: “We will welcome the Afghans”
“We will be the first to welcome those fleeing Afghanistan”, said the mayor of Ferrara Alan Fabbri underlining how what is going through the country after the arrival of the Taliban is a situation that has nothing to do with parties but “with humanity that should distinguish each of us “
The Northern League, therefore, has shown that he does not follow the line of the leader of his party, Matteo Salvini, who said he was in favor of welcoming women and children in danger but not welcoming “thousands of Afghans”. Fabbri, on the other hand, assured that the city will be the first to welcome those who flee. The images of Kabul are “so full of desperation that I get goosebumps every time I talk about it, you can’t help but feel involved. Humanitarian rights they belong to everyone, men, women and children and if we give them a late reply, history will not judge us positively ”, added the mayor of Ferrara.
“We are ready to do our part. Faced with the humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan, we will, as a local authority, give the utmost willingness to save lives, starting with women and minors. As mayor, as a citizen, I am ready to make a contribution and to put in place the maximum collaboration. Within the limits of the possibilities we can offer, to free the civilians exposed to the barbaric action of Islamic extremists ”, concluded fabbri.