Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and the government is preparing a backup plan for a new refugee crisis - which the EU refuses to cooperate with.
According to the Prime Minister, the time is running out for a joint solution between the countries.
- If the EU does not agree, there is a great risk of chaos, says Löfven.
The statement from Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, came during a visit to the Volvo Cars factory in Torslanda, Gothenburg, writes Aftonbladet.
He said that the time for the EU countries to agree on the distribution of refugees is running out. Sweden, together with countries such as Austria and Germany have pushed hard in the question of asking other countries to take joint responsibility for the refugees coming to Europe, but so far they have not come to a solution.
Therefore, he concluded, the government is now preparing for the situation that may arise in Sweden, if the countries fail to agree.
- We must be prepared for it if we do not get this as we want, and have a back up plan. I've worked for this since I became Prime Minister, he says.
Exactly what actions will be taken, he did not want to reveal.
- That's what we're working on now.
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