Berlin calls to cut funds to states refusing refugee quotas

Germany said Tuesday it approves of using EU aid funds to pressure member states into accepting binding quotas to relocate 120,000 refugees, after several eastern countries refused the migrant distribution proposal.

“The negotiations situation is such that nothing happens to countries which refuse. We need to talk about ways of exerting pressure. These are often countries that receive a lot of structural funds from the European Union,” German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told television network ZDF.

Full article: Berlin calls to cut funds to states refusing refugee quotas (World Bulletin)

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