Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s fight against mandatory quotas got a big boost from the British government

Monday, December 26, 2016

British home secretary spokesman announced that Britain opposed the mandatory resettlements of migrants in the EU.

Here is the long awaited big player that gave a big boost to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s fight against mandatory quotas.

Robert Goodwill said EU countries can’t be forced to accept migrants because asylum regulations are integral part of EU member states’ internal affairs.

The British Government is of the opinion that asylum issues need to be decided by national governments.

Asylum seekers must apply for asylum in the first safe country they enter and they can't be allowed to roam about Europe - Goodwill said.

British sources hinted that mass migration in the EU in 2017 will probably break all previous records; if EU leaders continue their current policies on illegal immigration they will create incalculable economic and security risk for the entire continent.

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