Migrant crisis: Norway police ORDERED to deport 9,000 this year… WITH FORCE

Friday, February 26, 2016
By Paul Martin

NORWEGIAN police have been ordered use force to deport more than 9,000 migrants by the end of this year.

By LIZZIE STROMME
Express.co.uk
Fri, Feb 26, 2016

Norway’s justice department has issued a record demand for forced returns of migrants as the country deals with the deepening migration crisis.

Last year, the Police Immigration Service (PIS) expelled 7,825 migrants from the Scandinavian country.

PIS boss Kristin Kvigne said that the figure of 7,800 “is a high number and extremely demanding to accomplish” as officers have now been told to drastically increase the figure.

She claimed if the Government wanted to increase the official figure the police must be granted more resources.

Kvigne said: “If we’re to increase the deportations, we need more resources.”

Despite the government setting the official figure of expected deportations to 7,825, interim Justice Minister Anders Anundsen has increased the amount to 12,000.

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