Budoucí premiér Bohuslav Sobotka poskytl 14. ledna v Praze rozhovor ČTK.

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka argued on state television that it would be easier to stop refugees departing from Turkey rather then sending them back once they reach Greece.

He continues that Turkey have the means to accomplish this since the $3.2 billion deal in which Turkey would make efforts to stop the flow of illegal migrants.

He states that: “Turkey has the means to take migrant crisis under control,” the Prime Minister said, “It is much easier to prevent ships from departing from Turkey than to send them back from Greece.”

“If there are no results seen from Turkey and Greece by the next European Council meeting, which is due on February, Visegrad countries (V4 — Czech, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary) will propose this alternative to EU. This will put more pressure on Turkey and Greece to do a better job on regulating the influx of migrants,” he continues.

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and he’s right cuz Turkey smuggled these wild hordes to Greece