Afghan refugee adolescents who met at the sixth day of their sit-ins at Medi Bryur-Platsen reported a letter to the Director General of the Immigration Service at a press conference. They argued that not only did Mikyl Rabinwik ask the letter, but also questioned all parties in Sweden.
Spokeswoman Fatemeh Khavari said at the press conference that the Director General of the Immigration Office has the power to terminate the forced deportation of Afghan refugees.
He said that Mr. Michael Rebinwick wrote the letter by sending a letter, but he wrote the materials on the official website of the Immigration Office. The official should come here and tell us that his definition of the Swedish government is “security” in Afghanistan, which, with this justification, wants to expel Afghan refugees there.
The sitcom spokesman also questioned the various Swedish parties and said various people from these parties would go to sit-ins and say they would support them. But the question of Afghan refugee adolescents is that the parties have taken steps to protect the Afghan refugees from the moment the wave of negative responses from the Immigration Office began.
At the end of his speech, he encouraged the sitcoms to continue the process, saying that the power and influence of this protest group has been enormous.