oslo - The Norwegian government wants to send asylum seekers arriving in Russia from the far north of the country. Not far from the North fires a growing number of Syrians across the border post Storskog . In 2014 there were a dozen, this year about 1200. That the Norwegian Justice Minister Anders Anundsen Wednesday said.
They are asylum seekers who have valid residence permits for Russia. " They often have a time lived in Russia and therefore no escape war or hunger ", said Anundsen.
The Norwegian Government has the influx since a while, but from next week it is taking steps to return these people. Norway has a treaty with Russia to return these people. The Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende Wednesday discussed with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov about the situation and informed that he will return the Syrians under the Convention.