Swiss city offers homeless people one-way tickets to other countries provided ...

Swiss city offers homeless people one-way tickets to other countries so long as they agree not to return Basel's homeless people offered a free train ticket or airfare to leave Switzerland They must agree, in writing, not to return to Basel, or they risk being deported  31 people from Belgium, Germany, Romania, , France accepted the offer 

By Lauren Lewis For Mailonline

Published: 13:56 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 14:00 BST, 4 May 2021

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A Swiss city has offered homeless people one-way tickets to other European countries, provided they agree not to return. 

Basel's migration service will give homeless people a free ticket, or air fare if the destination is too far to travel by train, to return to their home country. 

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The only catch - they have to agree, in writing, they will not return to Switzerland for a specified period of time.

The Swiss city of Basel has offered homeless people a free one-way ticket to leave the country, provided they agree not to return for a specified period of time (pictured, people sleep on the street in Geneva, Switzerland)

The Swiss city of Basel has offered homeless people a free one-way ticket to leave the country, provided they agree not to return for a specified period of time (pictured, people sleep on the street in Geneva, Switzerland)

Spokesperson for Basel's Department of Justice Toprak Yergu explained: 'Beneficiaries must undertake in writing not to return to Switzerland—at least

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