The Finnish authorities on Tuesday, November 21, refused to tighten restrictions on the border with Russia, which were going to be introduced in the coming days.
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According to Finnish media, the corresponding decision was made by the Vice-Chancellor of Justice of this Scandinavian country Mikko Puumalainenwhich suspended the project developed by the government.
According to Finnish sources, Puumalainen justified his decision as a possible violation of human rights.
The fact is that the planned restrictions exclude the opportunity for refugees from Arab and African countries to apply for political asylum.