This is crazy, but it’s Finnish law. The owner of a building (even an apt.) cannot stop the rentee from renting the same facilities to another.
So lets see if what rolls off the buses are nothing more than 20-35 yr. old men, Muslim settlers.
UPDATE: In the Central Finland paper Keskisuomalainen, they’re saying that the same firm which is renting the Kivilahti camping facilities, Omnis Medica limited, is renting yet another building, a small motel, in Äänekoski, which will possibly be for Muslim settlers as well.
The Helsinki firm Omnis Medica Oy, which is renting to the Finnish Red Cross, has also leased the Äänekoski Hotel Särkkä facilities. Also Särkkä is being planned as a reception center.
52 Iraqi asylum-seekers will arrive in the early hours to the Äänekoski Suolahti Kivilahden camp center on Friday. The new comers are full age men, and all have already registered as asylum seekers in Finland.
Located in the Suolahti Kivilahden camp center, some 60 asylum-seekers arrive on Thursday evening September 17, from Rovaniemi.
The situation has been ongoing throughout the day. Around four o’clock pm it was confirmed that asylum seekers will be accommodated at Kivilahti.
– At 18:00 the bus leaves from Rovaniemi, which will be directed to Suolahti. Approximately 60 people will be placed at the Kivilahti camp center already for tonight, Red Cross’ Western Finland circuit collection and Preparedness director, Riitta Kangaskesti, says.
According to the SPR, what’s in question isn’t an emergency accommodation unit even though the length of the lease agreement has not yet been detailed.
– Yes, this is a reception center, Kangaskesti confirmed.
SPR is taking care of the necessary personnel and things lacking for the site.
– There are mattresses and beds, and we will get them fed when they arrive. Blankets and pillows are in this situation the least of worries, Kangaskesti said.
The church of Äänekoski owns the Kivilahti camping center. However, currently the camping center has been leased Omnis Medica Ltd, which in turn leased the facilities to the Finnish Red Cross for use.