Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said Wednesday that Poland cannot take any migrants under the EU relocation program following the bomb attacks in Brussels, responsibility for which was claimed by the “Islamic State” and which left at least 34 people dead and more than 240 injured.
“Twenty-eight EU countries agreed to solve the issue through relocation but I will say it very clearly. I do not see any possibility for migrants to arrive in Poland at this time,” Szydlo said in an interview with TV broadcaster Superstacja.
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