Ms Merkel blasted Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, who have all been ardent critics of her open-door migrant policy and the EU’s attempt to force countries to accept migrants, in an explosive interview this weekend. Despite EU leaders repeatedly expressing security concerns, Ms Merkel said countries had no choice but to open their doors to a set number of migrants every year, and to oppose the plan was “unacceptable”. She said: “That’s not right at all that some countries say: ‘generally speaking, we don’t want to have Muslims in our countries.’”
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban has opposed the system ferociously, saying his country did not need to accept “a single migrant”.
He said: “Every single migrant poses a public security and terror risk.”
Despite this, and despite the fact a recent poll revealed 58 per cent of Germans now believe “there will be more terror attacks in Germany”, Ms Merkel has not changed her open-door policy. Dismissing claims the country would not be able to cope with a reported 300,000 more migrants arriving in Germany this year, she said: “We are at a completely different position since last year.” Ms Merkel also risked stoking tensions in her country by warning the German-Turkish population they must show “loyalty”.
She urged German citizens of Turkish origin not to import social problems or conflicts from Turkey and to instead do what was best for their new home. Ms Merkel said: “I keep saying that I’m their chancellor too and I think it’s important to profess that.
“It’s good if that is reciprocated by commitment to our country and not by bringing conflicts from Turkey to Germany.”
She added she expected “a high degree of loyalty to our country”, a risky comment made against a backdrop of disruption in Turkey.
Following this summer’s failed military coup, in which up to 350 people died, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdo?an has carried out a far-reaching and controversial purge.
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