Ns News Online Desk: Tulip Siddique, a member of the Labor Party, has spoken out in the lower house of the British Parliament, the House of Commons, about a Ukrainian teenager who was denied a UK visa. He said the 13-year-old had to return home to a besieged city in Ukraine after her visa application was rejected. News from the BBC
Tulip Siddique said during a question-and-answer session scheduled for the Prime Minister in Parliament that the girl’s 18-year-old sister was currently in London. But his younger brother had to return to Ukraine. Because, the visa application of the girl was not accepted as she did not come with her parents.
The Labor MP said one of his constituency members was seeking financial support to bring his two sisters to the UK.
Tulip said the two sisters had been held in risky temporary accommodation for several weeks in Montenegro. The UK Home Office refused to accept the younger sister’s application. Because he was 13 years old and he was traveling without his parents. Although he had an 18-year-old sister with him at the time. ‘
Addressing Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the time, Siddique said, “Can I ask the Prime Minister if he can put his hand on his chest and say, ‘Is it right to send children at risk back to the battlefield?’