Polish prime minister Beata Szydło announced that no more than 400 refugees will be relocated to Poland in 2016, as part of the previous government’s commitments on the issue.
“These were bad decisions, but this government is a stable government and understands that there must be some continuity and we will thus honour the commitments of our predecessors, but only to the extent that Poland is capable of at the moment,” said prime minister Szydło at a press conference.
However, in September 201...
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