Oslo's mayor Fabian Stang has said he is unconcerned by statistics showing that immigrants will make up half of Oslo's population three decades from now.

His reaction stood in stark contrast to that of Progress Party leader Siv Jensen, who immediately called for tighter restrictions on immigration when Statistics Norway published its projections on Tuesday.

"No, I'm not concerned," Stang told news agency NTB.

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