Poland will not accommodate 7000 refugees after Brussels incident
Warsaw: Poland will not accommodate refugees after the Brussels attack.
Prime Minister of Poland, Beata Szydło stated in a television interview.
She said that Polish Government will not honour the European Union refugee scheme in the wake of Brussels attack.
Conservative Polish ruling party (PiS) was ready to accommodate 7,000 refugees however after the recent terrorist attacks they have stepped down from their offer.
Polish Prime Minister also stated that:
“We have to put our citizen’s security first,” she added, “We follow cautious procedures and face criticism due to our procedures.”
Poland was supposed to receive the first batch of refugees in April and now they have become the first country to deny access to refugees.