'Denmark is full' - Stops accepting quota refugees

'Denmark is full' - Stops accepting quota refugees
Denmark no longer has any room for more immigrants from the Third World, and therefore the country stops receiving so-called quota refugees, the government announces.

- Denmark is simply full, that is why we have taken this drastic decision, says Minister for Migration, Inger Støjberg (pictured), according to Swedish Radio.

Denmark has since 1978, through the UN refugee agency UNHCR quota system, received quota refugees yearly, but now it stops. Even the Social Democrats endorses the decision.

The decision is about 500 people per year who are sent directly to Denmark from war-torn areas or refugee camps in other parts of the world.

In comparison Sweden's quota is around 2,000 people, a figure they want to double.

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