Denmark has been accused of discriminating against refugees by human rights groups, following its welcome of Ukrainian refugees compared to others.

It has passed a law allowing refugees feeling the war in Ukraine to stay in the nation for up to two years and plans to host up to 100,000 and grant work permits.

However, the Danish government has also been working on plans to reduce the number of non-EU asylum seekers.

Last year, it began controversially revoking the residence permits of hundreds of Syrians from the Damascus area, arguing it was now safe for them to return.

The BBC’s Hanan Razek reports from Denmark.

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