stockholm - Sweden tightened its border controls and rules for asylum seekers in an attempt to report the number of refugees at its borders, to reduce. That the Swedish government said Tuesday. The changes will apply provisionally for the next three years.
Specifically maintain the measures that Sweden fewer people given a permanent residence permit, the number of temporary licenses shall be limited and the rules tightened for family reunification. The occupants of buses and trains that cross the border to be more strictly controlled. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said he hoped that the measures to result in more asylum seekers turn to other European countries.
Sweden dropped the past two months, 80 000 refugees.