bartenderkurs utdrikningslag oslo The PM’s view is not shared by Finance Minister Siv Jensen, who is also leader of the anti-immigration Progress Party.
algebra regler 5 klasse Just under a week ago, Solberg said that Norway could help relieve the burden on countries that have taken in a large number of refugees and migrants.
hvilket tau kan man ikke dra i “If it is such that we reach agreement that the pressure of refugees coming to other countries in Europe is reduced because other countries take more, then we must agree on a distribution mechanism. I think that is fair and we also did that when we had redistribution in 2015,” she told fluorescence microscopy wiki.
time right now san francisco Following an EU summit attended by heads of state in Brussels last week, an agreement was made enabling countries that have taken in fewer refugees to relieve those that have taken in more.
lukter svovel av anden But Finance Minister Jensen wrote on Facebook that she was not in support of the potential redistribution.
paque le bible “In the last few days, many have asked whether Norway should voluntarily take in more migrants that come to EU countries.
voldemort movie download in hindi “The Progress Party is against that. Norway has already contributed significantly. What we need is a joint asylum centre in Africa to keep the situation under control,” the minister wrote.
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hva liker ikke brunsneglen “I am sending a clear signal on behalf of the Progress Party parliamentary group that there is a limit to what Progress will accept. We are beginning to quickly approach that limit,” Amundsen told NRK.
utsatt for vold på arbeidsplassen Solberg’s Conservative party colleague told NRK that he was unsurprised by the response from the Progress Party, saying that an anti-immigration stance was the “primary politics” of the populist parliamentary group.
space management hva er det “A potential migration agreement with the EU still lies some way ahead. But it is clear that it is in Norway’s interest that Europe and the EU come to agreement on the issue (of migration). That would relieve pressure on the Norwegian asylum system,” he added.
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