Finland (Web Desk) -Finland Prime Minister Juha Sipila has said he would offer his home to Syrian refugees.
He said his home in Kempele, in the north of the country, was not frequently used at the moment and would house asylum seekers from the start of next year.
The Finnish Prime Minister also said an EU plan to shelter 120,000 refugees arriving in Greece, Italy and Hungary in other countries in the EU should be voluntary.
He added that he hoped Finland could lead by example, after yesterday doubling its estimate for the number of asylum seekers to 30,000.
Next week, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will use his ‘State of the Union’ address to reveal new plans to redistribute refugees among EU member states.
Yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron said in a statement: “Britain will act with our head and our heart, providing refuge for those in need while working on long term solutions to this crisis.”
Cameron has a country house retreat available to him as Prime Minister – Chequers Court in Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire.
Courtesy: The Independent