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Latest news from the Swedish Migration Board
  1. On the night between 31 January and 1 February, the United Kingdom will leave the EU, and it will take place in an orderly fashion. The withdrawal agreement negotiated between the EU and the British Government in the autumn has now been approved.
  2. The security situation in Syria continues to be very serious, however the level of conflict in some of the country’s provinces has decreased slightly. As a result, the situation in the country as a whole is no longer regarded to be such that everyone is at risk of suffering indiscriminate violence.
  3. The Swedish Migration Agency has now determined the allocation of this year's so-called refugee resettlement quota. An increased focus on North and East Africa, as well as continued strong support for Syrian refugees, accounts for the majority of the places.
  4. The Swedish Migration Agency is reporting an increasing number of suspected war crimes to the police. “This is the result of a clear increase in the authority’s ambitions in recent years when it comes to address this issue,” says Oskar Ekblad, Section Manager at the Swedish Migration Agency.