The head of the Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) told a Swedish security conference on Monday that immigration from Muslim countries will lead to societal conflicts and the rise of far-right groups.

PST head Marie Benedicte Bjørnland warned on Monday of the "unfortunate" consequences that come with large numbers of refugees and migrants from Muslim countries.

"A strong increase in immigration, particularly from Muslim countries, can cause other long-term challenges. When a large number of asylum seekers come to a local community, it can have unfortunate consequences," Bjørnland said at a security conference in the Swedish ski resort town of Sälen.

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