Prime-Minister Beata Szydlo insists there is no possibility to resettle the refugees in Poland
Poland has refused from accepting more migrants.
Prime-Minister Beata Szydlo said on Wednesday, March 23, she was forced to such decision after the dead attacks in Brussels airport and metro station that killed at least 34 people.
Prime-Minister Beata Szydlo: "For me it is obvious at this moment there is no possibility for migrants to come to Poland. We need to firstly think about the security of Polish citizens. The previous government declared it will participate in accepting refugees. But I do not see a possibility for migrants to come to Poland at the moment."
Last year in order to beat the influx of migrants, EU members agreed to settle thousands of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa in each member state according to a special quotas' principle.