Denmark pushes a button to send Syrians to the country

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Denmark is not backing down on its decision to send Syrian asylum seekers back to their country.

The Copenhagen administration has canceled the residences of more than 200 Syrian refugees, saying parts of Syria are safe for the refugees to return.

Denmark recently signed an immigration agreement with Rwanda. The signed deal sparked speculation in European media that it was considering opening a center for asylum seekers in Rwanda.

The Danish immigration services agency said there are currently 35,000 Syrians in the country and the status of 1,200 refugees has been reassessed.

About 5,000 Syrians in Denmark have been granted “temporary refugee status”.

On the other hand, protesters gathered in Christiansborg Palace Square in the capital, Copenhagen, to protest the government’s decision to return Syrian refugees in April.

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