The European Commission will decide on the filing of a complaint in the Court of the EU on the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland for failure to implement the decision in 2015 about the acceptance of refugees by countries in the quota from Greece and Italy.

The Commission will submit to the court of Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic for refusing to accept refugees

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According to the publication, the European Commission will take a decision on Thursday. The three countries have not accepted any refugees under the quota of the EU.
Radio Poland reports that the European Commissioner for migration Dimitris Avramopoulos has said several times that the European Commission intends to refer the claim to the EU Court in Luxembourg. Brussels demanded that the decisions taken in September 2015, was made when most countries agreed to mandatory distribution of refugees who came to the Old continent across the Mediterranean sea and remained in camps in Greece and Italy. When the European Commission announced the filing of a claim, the program for the resettlement of migrants still in effect.
Recall that she was painted in two years, its term expired in September of this year. Therefore, many doubted that the European Commission will decide to sue.

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However, Brussels has acknowledged that all countries must implement the decision and to accept specified numbers of refugees. In this case, the European Commission has already conducted a two-step procedure against Poland regarding violation of European law.
The Polish government in a letter has requested to discontinue the proceedings. Warsaw was motivated by the refusal to accept refugees on security grounds. She stressed that the formulation of migration policy is the right of every state, and said it was ready to defend its interests in court.