- Sep 30, 2014
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Finland’s prime minister, Juha Sipila, has said he will not be able fulfil a promise to put up a family of asylum seekers.
Sipila, a former telecoms executive, prompted controversy in September by saying he would open his second home in northern Finland to refugees.
But on Sunday he told public YLE radio that he had had to put the plan on hold because of security concerns, though he would support a refugee family in other ways until the situation changed.
Finnish PM drops promise to let refugees use his home