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09 Jul

Oslo announced that this will apply to those who have already left their country and are waiting for their asylum case to be determined in another country.

The Norwegian government has confirmed that it is prioritizing the status of LGBT asylum seekers, including gay, bisexual and transgender people.
The new decision of the Norwegian government is officially announced while prioritizing refugee women, children and vulnerable people.

These new rules, of course, only apply to refugees who have entered another country for asylum, and now Norway accepts their transfer to their country.

Norwegian government officials say that with this action they intend to support the rights of LGBT people. "Unfortunately, in many countries, you are not allowed to love the person you love," said the Norwegian foreign minister.

This action of the Norwegian government takes place while at least in more than 70 countries of the world homosexuality is not accepted and is even considered a crime.

Norway's foreign minister says his country has decided to change its priorities and provide more support to LGBT people.
The LGBT issue has become a challenging issue in different countries to the extent that politicians of different countries, even in Europe, use this issue in their election campaigns to attract votes for supporters and opponents.

Mahshid Yousufi

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