Slovak president Andrej Kiska criticized the socialist government of prime minister Robert Fico for its handling of the migrant crisis and opposition to EU quotas. Addressing the country's Parliament on Wednesday, Kiska said it is the refusal to accept to the quota system that harms Slovakia and has led it to isolation.
"Sometimes I have the feeling, that the discussion about our heart and our own contribution has been replaced with telling other states and the whole Europe where they have fail...
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