In what can be described as a major U-turn, Poland’s prime minister Beata Szydło has said that Poland will not take in any refugees, following yesterday’s bomb blasts in the Belgian capital Brussels.
– I do not see how Poland could take in immigrants at the moment. The previous government vouched to take in refugees. It agreed to accept several thousand people, who could come to Poland on a voluntary basis. A total of 28 EU countries agreed to it to solve this problem through relocation. But I say it very clearly: I do not see how Poland could take on any immigrants in the present circumstances,- Szydło was quoted in Newsweek Polska