Several dozen refugees in the Veneto province of Belluno, Italy, have been protesting the fact that they are being given the food of the land they are currently inhabiting.
Sam, a migrant from Gambia who has been staying at a centre on the outskirts of Rome for almost a year, told The Local that the food, which mainly consists of pasta, “is not good” and that some have started making their own meals.
“We need the diet from our country,” he said.
It seems to me that a solution presents itself. Two solutions, in fact:
1) Go back to “our country.”
2) If you want to stay in Italy, accept that *Italy* is “our country.”