on Saturday, came the news that Turkey will open its borders and is not about to stop the refugees, who are in the country, and who would like to go to Europe.
During the day, there have been reports of chaotic scenes at the border between Turkey and Greece, in which Greece has tightened their controls and, among other things, using tear gas, in order to stop the refugees from entering the country.
so Far, about 4 000 migrants were stopped from going across the border to Europe, according to the Greek authorities. , Tweeted out a picture of the immigration minister, mr Morgan Johansson (S) are earlier in the day, commented on the situation, and, among other things, stated that ”the government is following this very closely,” and that ”we're not going back to the situation we had in the year 2015.”
Now, the choose, mr Tobias Billström, Research group leader in the parliament, and to pronounce itself on the matter.
In the world, Billström, has published a cartoon picture of himself, where he poses as huge as a border guard on the highway.
In the post, writes Wallström, among other things:
”In response to the president, His challenge today against the EUROPEAN union, it is time to raise the national and the european gränsbarriärer.”< https://twitter.com/TobiasBillstrom/status/1233700503403536385”fucking disgusting”
One of the people who reacted strongly to the post's "Aida" Badeli, which is the mouthpiece for the Green youth the Green Youth.
She wrote on Twitter: ”Oh my god the Conservatives have really lost it. Sweden will take on their medmänskiga liability, and welcome to Sweden.”
”damn distasteful figure”, adding, she has to be.< https://twitter.com/aidabadeli/status/1233712501973450752
the Former member of parliament, to Anders Schroeder (PM), react too strongly, tweeting: ”So a lot of the Research, the EU-solidarity. Close the border and let the much poorer Greece, taking the full blast.”
the Chaos at the border: Police firing tear gas to migranternaTusentals migrants gathered at the border with the republic of Greece.Updated Date: 29 February 2020, 14:00