Oslo will this year spend more than five million kroner on remediation after the Rom people . Oslo clean- general in Jan Hauger belives the scientists have estimated the number of foreign beggars too low.
Oslo's " Rusken General » Jan Hauger says to the newspaper Dagbladet that he did not recognize the numbers from Nova scientist Ada Engebrigtsen . In the report " street life " , she estimates that there are between 500 and 1,000 foreign beggars in Oslo, and 700-1500 in Norway at any time .
- We find that there are more noe than a few years ago . They are much more mobile , and are all over the city , says Hauger to Dagbladet.
According to Hauger there a is the battle for places in Oslo where the Rom people beggs, and they have little respect for the prohibition of accommodation in parks and green spaces.
- They have clothes and mattresses , and when they leave the place in the morning , and they are not cleaning up after themselves and unfortunately there is also much stool in the area, says Hauger .
" Rusken action " that Hauger is leading aims to keep Oslo cleaner, tidier and more pleasant .
- Last year we spent between three and five million , he says .
This year, the sum is according to Hauger " significantly higher " - he said without specifying the sum more closely.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today