Karel Lannoo, CEO of the Centre for European Policy Studies:
It is not the way we have to work, if some Member States have to absorb all the refugees, while others resist participating in the scheme
Maria Koleva, Brussels
There are so many cases in Poland, as well as in Hungary, where the European Union has to take action because if the EU doesn’t act, and of course it is good that the court is on the side of the EU, we are undermining our system. It is difficult to do it through infringement procedures but, if some Member States refuse to do this, it undermines the entire EU. This is not the way we have to work, if some EU countries have to absorb all the refugees.