Asylum in Denmark: Is the country guilty of double standards?

Denmark has been hosting Ukrainian refugees since the start of the Russian invasion and the Danish government has just passed a law that will allow them to stay for up to two years.

But at the same time, the government has also been working on plans to reduce the number of non-European asylum seekers.

Now many Syrian refugees, already living in the country, are feeling unwanted and worried about the future.

Hanan Razek of BBC Arabic went to Copenhagen to find out if there really is a double standard.

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