terça-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2016

Visegrad Group evokes "plan B" to stop refugees

Meeting in Prague, the leaders of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary were "pessimistic" about the capacity to deal effectively with migration flows through Greece and Turkey and also discussed a "plan B" that passes through a greater support to Bulgaria and Macedonia, in particular with regard to border control.

The Polish Prime Minister, Beata Szydlo, stated that "the alternative plan B [...] not going against any of the partners in the European Union has a unique character. Is a call for joint action by the entire European Union. The actions envisaged, such as assistance to Balkan countries, are complementary solutions and are a contribution to the activities of the European Union as a whole ".

The Hungarian Prime Minister sai d that his country is "willing to provide border guards and other human and material resources to the countries that are willing to build a second line of Defense to the South of Hungary".

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