Czech Deputy Prime Minister Andrej Babiš opposes taking 81 migrants

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Czechia – Under a European Union agreement, Czechia is to take in 81 migrants from Turkish migrant camps. After the terrorist attacks and in particular in neighbouring Germany, some express opposition to the EU agreement

Deputy Prime Minister Andrej Babiš – the founder of the populist party ANO, the Action of Dissatisfied Citizens – said about the migrants that should arrive in the autumn that he didn’t believe the newcomers could integrate in Czech society but also that they are a threat to security.

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