Hungary and Poland stand firm on migrants mandatory quotas

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Poland, Warsaw – Poland’s Minister of Justice said Poland supports Hungary’s efforts against the mandatory migrant quotas wanted by Brussels.

Poland’s Minister of Justice Zbigniew Ziobro announced after talks with Hungary’s Minister of Justice László Trócsányi that Poland supports the lawsuit filed by Hungary at the European Court of Justice regarding the EU migrant quota last December, considering Hungary’s complaint legitimate. “We are of the opinion that Hungary’s complaint is well-founded”, Zbigniew Ziobro said on Friday, April 8. He added that he will file his own supplementary legal arguments to the lawsuit.

According to hungarytoday.hu, the Hungarian Minister of Justice László Trócsányi told the press that Hungary owes gratitude to the Polish government for its solidarity and its support for the anti-settlement quota lawsuit.

On April 8, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán exposed his will to form an international alliance over the next week against EU’s mandatory migrant quota system.

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