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He said that this was the right time to defeat the racist gangs, while they still count just a few members. The British mass-media continues the debate on the racism in Ulster.
Romanian authorities in Belfast are preparing to repatriate most of the abused Romas. The police link the bomb warning to the violent events from the last ten days.
My message to these people is that they are isolated, they have nothing to offer the dating belfast telegraph of the area. They have just shown their cowardly actions by targeting a very vulnerable section of people and now they have tried to go after the people who have tried to defend them. It is important that local communities are mobilised to defeat these groups now while they are small and that is exactly what I and other local residents are now determined to do.
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He has spoken with the Romanian families after they have been relocated and assured them he will take any measures for them to be safe. PSNI was accused that it took too much time to respond to the attacks.
Ulster Police Board contradicted the accusations, by saying that the police acted professionally, according to the protocol. The latest attacks against the Romanian ethnic minority from Belfast continued to make the headlines.
NGO head Celine McStravick expressed her concerned for several other Romanian families who left their homes in the aftermath. The racism reached a sectarianism level, it was concluded.
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Another BBC analyst said that people from Ireland emigrated all over the world. BBC Northern-Irish presenter Joe Lindsay declared that he was "appalled at the actions of a minority of small-minded bigots, unwilling to dating belfast telegraph this country progress beyond headlines and violence".
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He said that it was important that this case remains isolated and that the Ulster migrants felt welcomed. Most of the abused Gypsies will be repatriated Romanian officials met the ones in Northern Ireland yesterday.
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The discussions for finding the right solutions continue today as well. According to Belfast TelegraphMartin McGuinness condemn the violence, calling them "disgraceful, deplorable, will make the whole of our community angry and do not represent or reflect the nature of the friendly and welcoming datând omul bun that we have here in Northern Ireland". In his first visit to Belfast, Romanian Ambassador Ion Jinga reiterated his wish that the local authorities would take all necessary measures to prevent similar situations to occur.
Romanian general consul in London Mihai Delcea said the Romanian Roma families were "a little bit stressed" because of the displacement, but appreciated the care they received. Several Roma families expressed their wish to remain in Ulster, but most of the abused Gypsies asked to be repatriated.