Pues claro, haven bien en aprovecharse (Finland: Homes Built by Finnish Government For Repatriation Being Used by Bosnians as Second Homes)
In 2003 and 2004, the Finnish state and Finn Church Aid joined forces to help Bosnian refugees living in Finland return home. According to the YLE current events program A-Zoom, not everyone was eager to move back.
Finland spent some 300,000 euros building and reconstructing homes to help 22 Bosnian refugee families go home. The refugees fled their troubled homeland in the early 1990s during the Bosnian War.
But not all the families who received new homes moved back. In fact, nine of the families are still living in Finland. Some have used their new quarters as holiday homes.
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