Austria asks Germany to number how many refugees is willing to take

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“I have never insulted anyone, but consistently followed the interests of Austria. As the head of government, that is my job,” Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said.

Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann told the “Kurier” newspaper’s Sunday edition that he also considers of taking legal actions against the European Commission for claiming that Austria’s refugee policy is against the law


The German government needs to clarify the number of refugees is willing to accept in 2016, Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann told the “Kurier” newspaper's Sunday edition.

“Germany needs to state the number of refugees it is willing to accommodate from the region around Turkey and Syria,” Faymann told the "Kurier" and added that “as long as Germany does not clearly say, it is clear what will happen: refugees will keep believing that they will be allowed to pass through.”

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