Up to 2,000 Ukrainian refugees might come to Iceland to apply for international protection, according to estimates from the country’s Refugee Committee. Iceland’s Social Affairs
March 7, 2022
There are patients with COVID-19 in 15 separate wards of the National University Hospital in Reykjavík, RÚV reports. There are currently 54 patients in the
The Justice Ministry and Directorate of Immigration (ÚTL)’s new legal assistance scheme for applicants for international protection will lead to higher costs, longer processing times,
There are three things that make Iceland distinct. Firstly, the relatively small land itself is full of glaciers, volcanoes, and its stark beauty. Secondly, the remarkable people who populate the land and whose ancestors only survived countless catastrophes with a combination of tenacity, hope, and stubborn love of their petulant land. And finally, the peculiar Icelandic language which is spoken by fewer than 350,000 people worldwide and is notoriously difficult to learn. This last aspect of Iceland, the Icelandic language, is perhaps one of the most difficult to appreciate for foreigners.
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