Diplomats warn of ‘blood on the walls’ after EU leaders stitch up deal to force Eastern European countries to take their share of 160,000 refugees
- EU leaders have stitched up a deal to force countries to take more refugees
- Eastern European countries told they will have to welcome asylum seekers
- Mandatory quota system to relocate 160,000 people from Greece and Italy
- Britain is able to refuse to take part in system as it has opt-out agreement
EU leaders have tonight stitched up a deal to force countries to take in refugees against their will.
Eastern European countries were told they would have to welcome thousands of asylum seekers under the mandatory quota system to relocate 160,000 people from Greece and Italy after they were out-voted at a Brussels summit.
Diplomats warned the decision to over-rule the autonomy of countries on such a sensitive issue was a ‘big moment’ in the history of the union and could lead to ‘blood on the walls’.
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