Poland will not accept refugees as it fights terrorism
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Poland's top officials have criticised the EU's migration policy, following recent terror attacks in the Spanish region of Catalonia.
People pay their respect to the victims of a recent terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, 20 August 2017. Photo: EPA/Andreu Dalmau
Paweł Soloch, Head of the National Security Bureau, said that Poland should actively support the fight against terrorism, yet it would not take part in the EU's plan to relocate refugees.
Experts argue that migration to European countries is overall not a source of terrorism, which is strongly connected with economic and social disadvantages.