Poland is refusing to comply with the European Union’s (EU) pressure to accept refugees without a proper vetting process, Radio Poland reported Sunday.
Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic were under obligations from the EU to relocate migrants from Italy and Greece in 2015. However, since the initial agreements, these Eastern European countries have not taken action to resettle the influx of refugees from Italy and Greece, citing security as their main concern.
The European Commission sued Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic Wednesday for not complying with EU refugee policy.
“Until we have a mechanism to verify people who can settle in Poland, we will not accept them,” said Deputy Defense Minister Michał Dworczyk. “In some cases, we are unable to verify who these people are and what their intentions are. And if there is a shadow of a doubt, it is the duty of every state, including Poland, to ensure the safety of its citizens.”
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