Cehia şi Bulgaria nu vreau noi migranți şi se opun planului de redistribuire automată a migranților propus de federalista UE şi de Merkel
Czech Republic and Bulgaria don’t want refugees and oppose the EU’s migrant redistribution plans
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, had a meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, on Monday in Bulgaria. Babis called the EU’s migrant redistribution plans “absolutely unacceptable”.
He said he mainly discussed migrant policies with Borisov and both EU members agreed to find a compromise on it. “I am very glad that we share an identical view [on the issue],” Babis said.
According to Babis the EU’s migrant quotas are ineffective and are dividing Europe. “The outvoting of countries such as Poland and Hungary is unacceptable” he said.
Bulgaria’s Prime Minister said security, stability and solidarity are his priorities. Borisov added that “a goal of the Bulgarian EU presidency is to find a consensus on migration”, something that could mean creating migrant centres in Turkey and Libya