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Poland’s Prime Minister has claimed the country “cannot accept refugees” as the EU threatens legal action against nations failing to comply with quotas.
Alongside Hungary and Austria, it is one of only three countries not to have relocated a single refugee, “in breach of their legal obligations” and commitments.
“If no action is taken by them before the next report in June, the Commission will not hesitate to make use of its powers under the treaties and to open infringement procedures.” In September 2015, EU states committed to relocating up to 160,000 refugees from overcrowded camps in Greece and Italy countries within two years – later lowering the target - but the total is on track to hit less than 40,000 by its deadline.
But fewer than 18,500 people have been resettled so far and while Poland has been assigned 6,200 refugees, none have been admitted.
British people are not greatly encouraged to learn other languages so, if anything, your date will be impressed at your skills.
It’s worth bearing in mind that certain parts of your conversation may get lost in translation, even if you can both understand each other perfectly.
But the Poles emerge as the unquestionable leader in these overestimations.
But that is not what the Polish population believes.A Pew survey of 10 European countries in 2016 found majorities in five countries had an unfavourable view of Muslims living in their country.Of those, 72 per cent of Hungarians had a negative view of Muslims, followed by 69 per cent of Italians, 66 per cent of Poles, 65 per cent of Greeks and 50 per cent of Spaniards.Interestingly, the number of Muslims in Poland is one of few estimations the Poles got so wrong in the Ipsos survey.If you’ve just relocated to the UK you’ll know how stressful it can be.