Sweden's migration agency expects this year to enter the country's 190.000 refugee fleeing for war in countries like Syria and Iraq, which requires additional costs along with a prepared plan to accommodate thousands of asylum seekers in tents approaching the winter.

The Migration Agency, which often had to increase its estimates of refugee inflows, now states that in Sweden 140.000 to 190.000 people could apply for asylum, among which 33.000 would be children without parental escorts.

The agency adds that the inflow of refugees could weaken next year, but could still reach 170.000.

This year more than the 100.000 asylum seekers entered in Sweden as the agency originally expected.

(Hina)