Czech Republic not to host refugees as it receives Ukrainians, - Prime Minister

Source : 112 Ukraine

Around 70,000 Ukrainians work in the Czech Republic
13:26, 29 August 2018

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At the meeting with the Prime Ministers of Italy and Malta on issues of illegal migration from Africa states, Andrej Babiš, the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, stated that the Czech Republic will no longer host any refugee as it receives Ukrainians, Radio Praha reports.

“Just before the flight to Italy the Czech Prime Minister stated that “the Czech Republic will not accept the refugees who cross the Mediterranean Sea to the European Union as it hosts people from Ukraine,” the message says.

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After the visit ends, Babiš intends to meet with the representatives of the Visegrád Group countries which includes also Slovakia, Hungary and Poland.

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