Denmark has passed a law enabling it to process asylum seekers outside Europe, drawing anger from human rights advocates, the UN and European Commission.
Denmark has yet to reach an agreement with a partner country, but Stoklund said there were negotiations with several candidate countries.
In April, Denmark’s immigration minister, Mattias Tesfaye, whose father was an Ethiopian immigrant, appeared in Rwanda on an unannounced visit to the central African nation, which led to the signing of diplomatic agreements on asylum and political matters.
Well, yes, that could well reduce the flow of asylum seekers into Denmark…..
For our own problems with those coming over the Channel. Why not put our processing centre in some exciting part of France like, say, Lille?