The Czech Republic’s new prime minister, Andrej Babis said in an interview with Hungarian weekly Figyelo that he thinks his country is developing well even without the euro, and that he agrees with Viktor Orban regarding the rejection of mandatory quotas.
The politician stressed that migration should be stopped outside the EU’s borders. Andrej Babis said he finds it problematic, that since the very beginning of the migration crisis, the EU has been discussing how to distribute migrants, instead of how to stop illegal migration and human trafficking. He said that Europe needs workforce, but every country should individually decide how they want to solve that problem.
“If Germany wants to solve its workforce problem with African workers or wants to accept migrants for humanitarian reasons, it’s up to them”, he added.