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Вишеградската четворка отряза ЕС за имигрантите

7 495 28.03.2017 Инфо

The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Bohuslav Sobotka, Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Poland Beata Szydlo and Prime Minister of Slovakia Robert Fico, who represent the four Visegrad Group (V4) countries, held a summit in Warsaw, Tuesday, to discuss issues related to the migration crisis affecting Europe.
Orban said that a new Hungarian law enabling asylum seekers to be detained at border container camps, was "mainly aimed at securing the safety of EU citizens."
According to Orban, this means that "not only are we defending Hungary, but also those countries who are situated next to us." He also stressed that the "safety of Germans and Austrians is in fact now secured by the Hungarian taxpayers."
Furthermore, both the Polish and Slovak prime ministers defined elements of the EU's migration policy as "blackmail," following reported suggestions that the availability of EU funds may be connected to their ability to meet refugee relocation quotas.