The efforts by Germany to stem the tide of refugees from the Middle East into Europe is being backed by the Prime Minister of Czech Republic, Bohuslav Sobotka, who has informed that his government would not condone a strong Muslim community in his country.
“We have no strong Muslim community here, and to be honest, we do not want a strong Muslim community to become established here,’’ he said.
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Sobotka insisted that the Czech, along with fellow Visegrad states, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, were against a permanent refugee quota system considering the security threats it poses.
“The bottom line is that it is national governments which must guarantee the safety of their citizens.’’ Sobotka said.
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