The British government will grant asylum and residency to the parents of 23-year-old refugee from Syria, Mohammed al-Hajali, who died during a fire in a residential building, Grenfell Tower. The mother and father of the deceased arrived at his son’s funeral in London.
About it writes on Sunday, June 18, the news service of the BBC, citing British Ministry of the interior.
Al-Hajali arrived in the United Kingdom in 2014, he studied civil engineering in one of the British colleges. The name of this young man was published in the list of victims of the fire first. To date, officially confirmed the death of 58 people, authorities believe that the number of victims will rise as the rubble.
Eldest brother, Mohammed, Omar, was with him in his apartment in Grenfell Tower, when the building caught fire, but he managed to escape.
The petition, in which citizens demanded to give the right of abode in the United Kingdom, to parents al-Hajali, scored to date more than 80,000 signatures. Neighbours claimed that the deceased young man was a General favorite.
Despite the fact that the percentage of rejected applications from refugees from the Middle East and North Africa steadily rises, the home office will make an exception for parents al-Hajali – for humanitarian reasons and within the framework of reparation for moral damages.