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Paris Terror Attack: Poland's new government uses massacre to reject EU refugee quotas


Poland's new European affairs minister Konrad Szymanski

Poland will no longer accept migrants under European Union quotas after Friday's terror attacks in Paris.

In a deeply controversial statement linked to the killing of 127 people in the French capital by eight gunmen, Poland's incoming European affairs minister Konrad Szymanski said “there was no longer any political possibilities” for the Eastern European country to take in refugees fleeing conflicts in Syria and Iraq.

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