It is not the border between Norway and Russia that…

Summary

It is not the border between Norway and Russia that is problematic for Norway, but the border with Sweden and Finland. The refugees arriving from these two countries, in contrast to those arriving from Russia, are not duly registered. Russia is the law abiding neighbour, whereas the EU member states’ handling of the refugee flows is “a mess”.

Disproof

The fact that refugees go just one way – into Norway but not into Finland – would suggest (according to Norwegian police and border guards) that the flow is somehow controlled: bit.ly/1LhUv3v,

Finnish media also report that Norway has substantial problems with the flow of refugees coming from Russia, and that there are discussions about the need to stop the flow of refugees from Russia: bit.ly/1Nzt7Qj,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 3
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 07/11/2015
  • Language/target audience: Swedish
  • Country: Norway, Russia, Finland, Sweden
  • Keywords: Migration crisis
  • Outlet: sputniknews.com
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Disproof

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Disproof

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