3,000 asylum seekers get direct flights to Sweden - asylum guaranteed

3,000 asylum seekers get direct flights to Sweden - asylum guaranteed
On Tuesday, the first direct flight packed with 250 asylum seekers from Syria and Africa landed at Luleå Airport. In total, 3,000 asylum seekers get to fly directly to Sweden, and almost all will receive a residence permit, the Migration Board guarantees.

The direct transportation of asylum seekers to Sweden, is part of an European agreement on the redistribution of asylum seekers between EU countries.

The asylum seekers, who are from from Syria and Eritrea, first arrived in Greece and Italy in 2015, and have since been held in refugee camps in Greece.

The Swedish government has agreed to receive 3,000 of them, who will now fly directly to Sweden. According to the newspaper Samtiden, the cost of these asylum seekers is SEK 7,5 billion.

- Most will get a residence permit. Between 90 and 100 percent. We do not accept people in this way who we have to send back, says Per-Erik Bjurholt from the Migration Board, to SVT.

However, this is just a drop in the ocean, as more than 300,000 cases of family reunifications are expected by 2019:

READ: New gigantic migration shock for the Swedes

The Swedish cultural suicide continues in full force:

Sweden: - We will now receive more refugees than ever

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