Polish president Andrzej Duda gestures as he speaks during his and Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves news conference after their meeting in Tallinn, Estonia, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Liis Treimann)
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Poland's new president Andrzej Duda said Thursday his country was reluctant to help with the refugees from the Middle East or Africa because of a potential influx soon from Ukraine.Asked whether Poland would be willing to take in more asylum-seekers from Africa's crisis zones, Syria and Iraq streaming into the the EU, Duda insisted Poland was in a tight spot.Duda is due Friday in Germany, which expects to take in 800,000 asylum-seekers this year, far more than any other EU country and four times the number seen in 2014 .
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