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‘Really No Place’ for Afghan Refugees in Europe, Says Czech Prime Minister

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There is “really no place” for Afghan refugees in the European Union, Czech Republic Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said on Sept. 7, adding that leaders should adopt solutions and assist the Afghan people to remain in their home country. “There is really no place for them in Europe,” Babiš said after meeting with his Slovakia and Austrian counterparts, who share a similar opinion on illegal immigration in Europe. “A better alternative is a solution making the people stay in Afghanistan,” the Czech leader added amid growing concerns an exodus from the beleaguered nation is likely to happen. Babiš was joined by Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger and Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz on Tuesday and made the remarks at a news conference after meeting at Lednice Castle in the southeastern Czech Republic. The three leaders all agreed that they are against illegal immigration but shared the same opinion on fighting human smuggling, …

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