Le Portugal a besoin des réfugiés pour faire tourner son économie

Syrian Refugees Fatima (L) and her daughter Rana prepare Syrian food during the opening of their restaurant 'Mezze' in Lisbon on September 15, 2017. - Owned by Syrian refugees Fatima and her 2 daughters and son, the Mezze restaurant was immediately successful since its opening in Lisbon in September 2017, being a rare example of successful integration into a country with a very proactive hosting policy. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP) / TO GO WITH A AFP STORY BY BRUNO CRAVO
Syrian Refugees Fatima (L) and her daughter Rana prepare Syrian food during the opening of their restaurant 'Mezze' in Lisbon on September 15, 2017. - Owned by Syrian refugees Fatima and her 2 daughters and son, the Mezze restaurant was immediately successful since its opening in Lisbon in September 2017, being a rare example of successful integration into a country with a very proactive hosting policy. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP) / TO GO WITH A AFP STORY BY BRUNO CRAVO ©AFP
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