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1/19/2018 01:42 EST

Greetings all... I along with my husband are trying to decide if the 3 countries welove the most, which would be best for our family situation. Me are a mixed race family and I personally have never lived or been to sweden however my husbands family is from there. Can anyone give us any insight into how race relations are there. I myself am Kenyan/Panamanian so I don’t want to have much hardship. I’ve been researching on the country a lot and we’re visiting this year, thus far I’ve fallen in love with it but any insight is helpful., thank you.

6/12/2018 07:31 EST

According to many expat and article.. It shows Sweden is a nice place & people are welcome.

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