Slovakia interviews Syrian Christian migrants

Bratislava, Sep 13 (IANS) The Slovak government is still convinced that in the face of the current migration crisis it’s capable of integrating 200 Syrian Christians, interior minister Robert Kalinak said on Saturday.

“We already met that figure. We know the people; we’re currently conducting interviews with them and will transport them here.

“We know they’ll integrate and be a great addition to our society. But let’s not foolishly entertain the notion of having a mass of 50,000 people, as directed by Brussels’ administrative decision, all of a sudden come to Slovakia,” added Kalinak.

According to Kalinak, the main task facing international community is to put a stop to Syrian military conflict.

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