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Sweden is forced to apply for EU emergency aid to afford basic needs for Muslim ‘refugees’

 

Refugee Crisis: European Commission awards €35 million to Sweden, €8 million to Finland and €5 million to Belgium in emergency funding

23/12/2015

European Commission
Migration and Home Affairs

 

The European Commission has awarded €35 million to Sweden, €8 million to Finland and €5 million to Belgium in emergency funding to support these countries in managing the high influx of asylum seekers. The funding comes from the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF). In all three cases, the funding will be used to address the immediate needs of asylum seekers, mainly for accommodation and provision of food. This brings the overall amount of emergency funding awarded to EU Member States this year to over €222 million (from both the AMIF and ISF emergency funds).

The Commission’s emergency funding comes on top of the basic allocations under the AMIF national programme, where Sweden will receive € 118.5 million, Finland will receive €23.48 million and Belgium will receive € 89.25 million to finance migration related actions in 2014-20. The provision of emergency assistance under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and the Internal Security Fund – Borders and Visa (ISF-B) is part of the Commission’s overall efforts to implement the principle of solidarity through concrete and effective actions addressing urgent and specific needs of Member States facing high asylum and migratory pressure.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Sweden is forced to apply for EU emergency aid to afford basic needs for Muslim ‘refugees’

  1. There is something remarkable going on here. I watched a video done by a journalist in Italy, well done, which showed a number of homeless people in Italy, who had nothing more to sleep in than a medium sized tent, as in the kind of tent you would take camping, and one of the respondents said that the tent leaks in rainy weather.

    Yet within a few hundred yards, a building had been retrofitted with all new beds, new plumbing fixtures, decent kitchens, all being provided for the ‘refugees’. When the journalist and camera man went there, they were threatened by two Romanian men, who as the journalist noted, were not policemen. One of the men took the video camera, which looked quite expensive. Only when the police came were the journalist and camera man able to leave safely with camera in hand. The building was unoccupied and a door open when they went to investigate.

    Why are those streaming in from foreign countries, Muslim people unlikely to truly assimilate, when those in European countries are suffering with inadequate shelter, food, even clothing? A world upside down.

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