The Finnish gov’t will not be increasing the number of refugees to be allowed into Finland, with the number of 750 applicants staying firm.
According to MPI, “In all five countries (in Scandinavia) the annual resettlement quotas for each fiscal year must be approved by parliament. The yearly quotas vary from country to country, from under 100 resettlement places in Iceland to 1,000-1,800 refugees resettled in Sweden. In between are Denmark with 500 places, Finland with 750-1,000 places, and Norway with 1,500 places.”
That makes Finland third on the quota list, with Denmark and Iceland taking 4th and 5th positions. Surprise surprise, Sweden and Norway top the list. More here. *L* KGS