800 migrants to Stockholm - in half an hour

 
800 migrants to Stockholm - in half an hour
Around 800 refugees and migrants arrived Tuesday night to Stockholm, by train and bus from Malmö, informs police and NGOs.

- It's a difficult situation right now, says Peter Matilainen from the Stockholm police, to Svenska Dagbladet.

He said that the 800 arrived in just half an hour and that many of them are stressed after having been traveling for more than a month. The police were therefore present at the central station in Stockholm with reinforced crew, but it all went down peacefully, according to Matilainen.

He said that trains from Malmö came delayed to Stockholm, and that it is expected that even more trains with refugees and migrants are bound for the Swedish capital.

Police have deployed bilingual personnel on the trains so that the migrants can be informed along the way.

- Many will be heading for Finland, says Matilainen.

Tuesday afternoon, Danish police informed that during the past day, approximately 1,700 refugees and migrants came across the border from Germany. Since Sunday, at least 7,500 refugees and migrants have arrived in Denmark, police said.

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