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Listhaug not completely confident in Grøndland

City Council leader of Oslo Raymond Johansen and immigration and integration minister Sylvi Listhaug in Greenland in OsloCity Council leader of Oslo Raymond Johansen and immigration and integration minister Sylvi Listhaug in Greenland in Oslo.Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB scanpix

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Immigration and Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug is unsure if she would feel safe in Greenland in Oslo during a dark night. Now NOK 10 million arrives to follow up 40 young, active criminals.

– State, the City of Oslo and the police must pull together to address a situation that is beginning to develop in the very wrong direction, says Listhaug.
She says that if action is not taken now, “we may end up with Swedish conditions.”
Tougher crime
Listhaug says that people keep track of who each of the 40 are
– We need to make a system around each of them. About 20 young men from the Somali community moved to the UK in the early 2000s.
They have come back with different attitudes and far tougher crime behavior than previously seen in this area.
A further 20 have been recruited so that the environment is of 40 people. Now we must ensure that there are fewer of them, she says.
Insecurity
After a meeting with the Church City Greenland Thursday the tour continued along the Grøndland camp’s new meeting with district administration.
– Now it is peaceful and quiet here. But if I was here during a dark night, I do not know if I would feel completely safe, said Listhaug to NTB just before the Chief Commissioner Raymond Johansen  joined the Minister.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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