Illegal immigration

Babiš and Kovšca consider deportation of illegal migrants

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and Alojz Kovšca, president of the National Council of the Republic of Slovenia, met up in Prague to discuss plans for the deportation of illegal migrants and the protection of EU borders.

The Czech Republic won’t support provisional solutions, the Government Office announced, such as temporary landing measures near the Mediterranean. During the meetings, Babiš pressed for closer cooperation between the Czech Republic, Slovenia and the V4 countries, the so-called Slavkov trilateral. The Czech Republic and Slovenia, according to a government statement, also agreed to support the EU and NATO membership application of Balkan countries. 

Alojz Kovšca and delegates held meetings with Jaroslav Kubera (ODS), the president of the Senate, Radek Vondráček (ANO), the speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tomáš Petříček (ČSSD). 

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