Back in March 2008, a Swedish court ruled against sending an Iraqi man back to Greece to apply for asylum (under the Dublin II Agreement), on the grounds that he might not recieve proper treatment here. The country has now suspended all returns (article at the BBC) to Greece saying that the situation for asylum seekers has deteriorated. Sweden has followed the example of Norway, Finland and recently, Austria.
- Council of Europe supports halt on asylum transfers (expatica.com)
- Sweden keeps migrants from Greece (bbc.co.uk)
- No Return to Greece (deviousdiva.com)