“Visegrad group” against forced distribution of refugees in the EU
The countries of the “Visegrad group” believe that the current system of distribution of refugees among EU countries is inefficient.
Countries of “visegrád group” (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary) jointly oppose the allocation of refugees among EU countries.
This was during a joint press conference of heads of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the countries of the “Quartet” stated the Polish Minister Mariusz Blashak.
“We want our partners in the EU have taken our position. We do not agree with the distribution system of refugees. We believe that the current system is inefficient,” said Blashek.
He stressed that this is evidenced by the facts: from 160 thousand refugees from the South, which the European Commission planned to divide between the countries of the Community, at the moment distributed only 6 thousand people .
According to the Polish Minister, this system does not solve the problem, and “attracts a new wave of emigration” in Europe and contributes to, and does not solve the migration crisis in Europe.
Blascak also stressed that the countries of the Quartet convinced of the need to seal the external borders of the EU against the penetration of illegal migrants.
In Warsaw the meeting of the heads of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the four countries with the involvement of relevant delegations from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia.