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Serbia is trying to resolve an issue with Malta concerning 22 Serbian children who have been denied residence visas and threatened with deportation because their parents do not meet the minimum income criteria, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. He added that Serbia has initiated several meetings at which its authorities are expected to come up with better solutions than the one currently in place. The agency said the children will not be evicted immediately, and that the families can file an appeal against the decision denying residency permits for them.

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The Serbian families had already been living in Malta and were trying to get visas for their children to relocate there for good. They first complained to the Maltese media that their children risked being sent home to Serbia in September.

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Meanwhile, media in Malta reported that churches and activists have launched a campaign to give financial help to the affected families. According to a report in the Times of MaltaCatholic Archbishop Charles Scicluna, tenor Joseph Calleja, the Mimici Foundation and members of the public have ed a fundraising initiative that has raised more than 20, euros so far.

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The Serbian Foreign Ministry announced that its ambassador to Italy will visit Malta on Wednesday and meet officials as part of a diplomatic effort to resolve the issue. Malta, which has a population of about , has a ificant Serbian community. According to media reportsmore than 2, of the 10, first-time residence permits that the government issued in went to Serbian nationals.

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Foreign Ministry says it is working hard to resolve the plight of Serbian children in Malta who have been denied residence permits because their parents do not earn enough money. Related Articles.

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