Sweden announced on Thursday that it can no longer guarantee that all asylum-seekers attempting to come to the country will be granted accommodation, encouraging some to return to Germany or Denmark instead.
No-one but themselves to blame
This prompted a response from the minister for immigration and integration, Inger Støjberg, who placed the blame squarely on Sweden’s shoulders.
“First and foremost, I’d like to say that the Swedes have no-one but themselves to blame for the current mess they’re in. They’ve pursued a very lenient immigration policy for years,” Støjberg told Jyllands-Posten.