The president of the European Jewish Congress says Sweden needs to be vigilant of anti-Semitism among some refugees seeking shelter in the Nordic country.

Moshe Kantor on Tuesday said that while Muslim refugees also face bigotry and racism, "anti-Semitism remains a significant problem in Sweden" and should be prioritized.

Kantor spoke to The Associated Press after a meeting in Stockholm with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.

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