Julia Ruhde have lived in Spain the last year, but then coronakrisen occurred for fully, returned to her home to the family in Sweden. After that smittetallene has gone down and the situation has stabilized in the last few weeks, she chose however to return to the capital city of Madrid last week.- Sweden gambled and lost
She was going to travel from Arlanda airport in Stockholm and mellomlande at Gardermoen in Oslo, but it would prove to be more difficult to leave the country than that.
When she arrived at the Arlanda airport, she was initially met with a cold shoulder by passkontrollørene.
They spoke Swedish, were taken aside and told: "No, you will not get on board on the next plane," she says to Expressen.Turn On the LydErrorAllerede plus customer? Log into herError FIGHTING: the Former "Paradise Hotel"-winner Aurora Gude has with her sister and her mother on the "Charterfeber"-trip. It was everything else than a dream vacation. Video: TV3 / the Red Carpet Show more
She tells us that the message came suddenly on, and responded with to put forward evidence, including Spanish identification documents.
Then I was lucky and got let through. If I had not had these papers with me, had they not allowed me to come on board, " she says.
But not everyone was as fortunate. Ruhde tells us that she met another woman who was half Swedish and half French, who would fly to France, but were not allowed to come on board. Also a Swedish woman who was to marry a Norwegian, should have received the same discouraging message.No swedes allowed
the Problems stopped not at Arlanda airport.
When we arrived in Norway, we were greeted by the message: "No swedes are allowed here," she says, and tells that transitthallen was closed exclusively for the swedes.
Ruhde had to again add up the total evidence, which in turn secured her the process further - on the "extremely random show". Expressen writes that several swedes had to remain in and return from the Airport. 23-year-old is not satisfied with the treatment she was subjected to.Agnes and Amina racism
- I think it is discriminatory, that it directed stringent measures, especially against the swedes, and that we are not made aware of this in advance, " she says.Required return
Acting head of grensekontrollseksjonen in the East police district, politioverbetjent Anette Kristin Brevik, tells that the Swedish nationals now must be subject to "the exception in the temporary law on innreiserestriksjoner for foreigners on grounds of public health related regulations" in order to get travel into the country.
- Passengers who do not meet the conditions for entry into or transit, may be bortvist, she says to Dagbladet.
Brevik adds that it follows from the "temporary law on the innreiserestriksjoner for foreigners by public health considerations" that the EU/EEA-citizens can't use Norway as a transit on your way to another country, whether it is for the Schengen countries, or countries outside the Schengen area, as far as they are not on the way home to his permanent place of residence.Turn On the LydErrorAllerede plus customer? Log into herError SERIES: a Few months after the assassination of Olof Palme set the supposed killer of Stig Engström, also known as "Skandiamannen" up on Swedish tv in order to reconstruct what happened drapsnatta. Video: SVT Show more
Arriving from countries outside the Schengen area that will be in transit before travel to countries outside the Schengen area, is allowed as long as transittopphold is within the same calendar day in the period from o'clock to 06: 00 to 23: 00, " says Brevik.
- Are there similar rules for other nationalities?
- It is the same rules for other nationalities. But it is the exception for citizens and foreigners with a residence permit in Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Greenland, the faroe islands and the Åland islands.
- How enforced these rules in the airports?
- Citizens in border control do not meet the innreisevilkår, and who are not covered by the exception in the said act, the risk of you being expelled, and obliged to return.Here contract the most in Sweden
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