Refugees Protected Against Espionage

Better cooperation between the Swedish Migration Board and the secret police is what is needed to protect refugees in Sweden from espionage.

The director generals from the Board and Säpo, write today in a debate article in Swedish daily, Svenska Dagbladet, that the two organisations need to work together so that people who have come to this country in search of freedom, remain free.

Staff at the Board are to receive training on the different methods totalitarian states use to gather information on their former citizens so that workers can identify and fight the problem.