Sulik Okay with Ten Afghan Migrants, But Against Mass Asylums for Refugees

18. augusta 2021 12:57
Bratislava, August 18 (TASR) - Slovakia should accept ten Afghans who have been helpful to it, but "no hint of a solution" lies in the mass granting of asylum, coalition SaS party chair and Economy Minister Richard Sulik declared on Wednesday. Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Eduard Heger (OLaNO) stated that any potential admission of refugees will be discussed by the coalition council next week. "I agree that Slovakia should accept ten Afghans who have been helpful to our country, potentially along with their families. As for further aid, I expect refugee camps to be set up in neighbouring countries in the near future, and those camps will need various things to allow them to operate. Slovakia could help with that without any problems. However, I don't see even a hint of a solution in the mass granting of asylum," said Sulik. On Monday (August 16), the prime minister reported that the Government has chosen to grant asylum to ten Afghan nationals who have been engaged in close cooperation with EU-member states in recent years. mf/df
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