Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said it is unlikely Poland would support a UN Migration pact which is due to come into effect in December.
Morawiecki said last week speaking alongside Angela Merkel: “It is very likely that Poland, like Austria, the Czech Republic or the United States will not be part of the global pact on migration.
“Our rules, our sovereign principles concerning border protection and migration control are a top priority.”
Poland joins Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria and the United States in refusing to accept the UN pact.
The Global Compact For Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is controversial among some anti-establishment leaders, with the Czech PM also saying: “I don’t like the fact that it blurs the distinction between legal and illegal migration…I will propose to partners in the government that we should do the same as Austria and Hungary.”
The UN claims the aim of this Compact is to: “Reduce the risks and vulnerabilities migrants face at different stages of migration by respecting, protecting and fulfilling their human rights and providing them with care and assistance.”
The Polish PM’s comments come after the UN claimed the British media is “racist” towards them and that the UK Government is attempting to undermine the global rules-based system.
Good to see some Leaders pushing back against open border, mass migration madness!