Swedish prime minister Stefan Löfven voiced his discontent with the migration deal which has just been sealed by Europe saying some of the suggestions were ‘not easy’ to implement.
“I’m not satisfied because there is no deal on the distribution of asylum seekers in all EU countries, but this will be discussed further,” he told SVT News.
The principle of voluntary participation ( in the deal) is said to have been necessary for getting Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland on board, writes TT news agency.
– There are some countries that do not want to receive any (refugees). They think we must just close the borders, it’s not easy, said Löfven to the news agency. DailySweden