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Flygtninge som et spil sorteper

Bicycling across the border

Det kunne være hvorsomhelst; cykelen er meget pæn selv om den ikke er en typisk snevejrs-cykel –
men bemærk den rød-grønne pæl og den gule nærmest i billedet, grænsepæle ved den Norsk-Russiske grønse ved Storskogen i Lapp-Land

Da antallet af flygtninge steg i 2015 blev det for meget for Nordmennene

More biking refugees

Man kan se på bagagen at det ikke bare er almindelige sportsfolk der er ude for at lufte deres cykel

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Jeg har svært ved at tolke hvad den grå firkantede tingest i venstre side af billedet er; den er til venstre for den mørkeblå klædte person længst til venstre, jeg gætter at det er en art sneskraber, som er “parkeret” med skrabe-hovedet opad.

Se AagePK’s kommentar til foregående indlæg:

Husk lige på, hvordan de russiske statsbaner fragtede i tusindvis af loyale iraker til grænsen oppe ved Jakobselv/Kirkenes, hvor de så fik stillet cykler til rådighed, så de kunne komme til den norske grænse og bede om asyl. Hvad fløjten skulle de dog der? De var Assad-tilhængere, og var integrerede i Rusland, men så sig selv som bondeofre i et skakspil.

Artikel i The Guardian fra 2016:

Norway’s attempt to deport hundreds of asylum seekers to Russia is in chaos after Moscow objected to the programme and politicians struggled to defend it in the face of criticism from human rights groups and the church.

The temporary suspension of expulsions after Russia raised “security concerns” is a setback to Oslo’s attempts to plug the gap in its Arctic border and implement a strict clampdown on asylum.

It follows a week of confusion at a detention camp in Kirkenes, near the border, where scheduled expulsions were repeatedly postponed and refugees were briefly arrested and then freed while opposition leaders questioned the policy.

Nevertheless, 13 asylum seekers were deported by bus to Murmansk on Tuesday night. Among them was a Yemeni refugee, whose case has cast further doubt on the Norwegian government’s view that Russia is a safe destination for refugees. Norway does not send failed asylum seekers to Yemen because it is considered too dangerous.

Abdullah, 29, was taken to Murmansk, where he arrived early on Wednesday in temperatures nearing -30C. A temporary Russian visa that had enabled him to go north to claim asylum expired that day and after sleeping rough, Abdullah turned himself in to police. He was fined 5,000 roubles by a Moscow court on Friday and expelled from Russia, according to documents seen by the Guardian. He has 10 days to appeal.

Russia returns failed asylum seekers to their country of origin unless they have funds and a visa to go to a third country. Mohammad Ahsan Rashid, Abdulah’s lawyer in Oslo, said deportation to Yemen would mean “Norway is sending him straight to death”.

David Crouch in Gothenburg

Sun 24 Jan 2016 16.48 GMT
First published on Sun 24 Jan 2016 02.45 GMT

Written by Donald

Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 12:33 GMT+0000

Posted in Brok, Ord

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