Allows Nathan to stay in Norway
Development Heikki Holmås says the government is considering changing the rulesSeven-year-old Nathan was born in Norway and has become a symbol of the 400 undocumented children living in the country. But the government has decided that he must travel to Ethiopia - a country he has never been in.
This week's Heikki Holmås Development in Ethiopia. Wednesday, he meets the Ethiopian Foreign Minister to discuss human rights problems in the country, which is why many have sought asylum in Norway.
- Half of those seeking asylum in Norway will stay, but Norwegian authorities expect that those who are rejected, do not need protection and can safely be sent home to Ethiopia, says Holmås the News Channel.
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But now open Holmås that Nathan and other undocumented children can stay in Norway. According Holmås considering the government to change the rules.
- Now we have a treatment in cases of deportation. There are some that are presented in the first place, and so this must go to in the future. But if the government decides to issue a new policy will apply to all who are in Norway, said the Minister.
Nathan (7) and his family have received a final rejection of their asylum application and must be out of the country 16 of May. Ethiopian authorities asking Ethiopians in exile to return home, and denies that anyone will suffer.
- These are just rumors. No one has anything to fear, according to a spokesman for the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dina Mufti to TV 2
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