Finland will receive 12 million euros from EU structures to receive 175 minors coming to the country from camps in the Mediterranean countries, the Ministry of Interior of Finland said on Tuesday.
It is expected that 175 underage refugees from camps in Greece, Italy, Cyprus and Malta will arrive in Finland in July.
“The EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund will provide €12 million in financial support to receive asylum seekers from the Mediterranean region. EU support will cover the costs associated with the relocation of 175 minors to Finland”, – it said.
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