Norway warns to deport Afghan asylum seekers

(Last Updated On: November 15, 2015)


The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs warns of increased Afghan migrants to this country saying most of these asylum seekers will be deported.

A Norwegian official has said flee of Afghan youths is the biggest strike to the future of Afghanistan and almost 90 percent of Afghan refugee’s cases in Norway will be rejected.

“Afghans immigration to Europe has affected Norway as well, we are extremely concerned, because most of Afghans cannot meet the migration requirements and they will be deported,” Tore Hattrem, State Secretary at the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

Norway has closed its border with Russia  and will exile any illegal migrants enters to this country through Russia.

“Our message to Afghans is to avoid traveling to Norway, because 90 percent of Afghans will be exiled from this country and will be returned back to Afghanistan and we will not accept their asylum applications,” Youran Calmir, Secretary at the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Affairs said.

Afghan children seeks asylum in Europe is another issue of concern for Norway officials saying it will not give them a permanent shelter.

According to the reports more than one thousand Afghans have arrived in European Countries during the last eight months and it increases day by day.

Reported by: Fawad Naseri

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