Poland will not agree to 'imposed immigration' - president's advisor

Poland will not agree to 'imposed immigration' - president's advisor
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Poland will not agree with “imposed immigration,” according to president’s senior advisor Krzysztof Szczerski.

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Poland will not agree with “imposed immigration,” according to president’s senior advisor Krzysztof Szczerski.

Speaking at a news conference in Warsaw, Szczerski said: “The politicians of Civic Platform, seeing today to how dramatic situations leads the policy of the European Union which they supported, are ashamed of what they have said and of what they have done. I stake dollars against nuts that if the result of the elections in Poland had been different so we would have some Islamic districts in Poland”.

Poland’s justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro had said on a television show that the country would now have so-called Islamic districts if the result of the Polish elections had been different. .

“The politicians of Civic Platform, seeing today to how dramatic situations leads the policy of the European Union which they supported, are ashamed of what they have said and of what they have done. I stake dollars against nuts that if the result of the elections in Poland had been different so we would have some Islamic districts in Poland,” said Ziobro.

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