European Union's commissioner for migrants Dimitris Avramopoulos,right, and Fabrice Leggeri, head of EU border agency Frontex, hold a joint press conference in Warsaw, Poland, Tuesday, March 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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Poland's prime minister drew a link Thursday between an attack in London targeting the British parliament and the European Union's migrant policy, saying the assault vindicated Warsaw's refusal to take in refugees.Poland's right-wing, eurosceptic government has refused to accept any of the 6,200 migrants allocated to it under the European Union's quota scheme that is designed to share the burden of taking in the large numbers of migrants and refugees who have come to Europe over the past two years.The migrant issue is just one of several over which Poland is at odds with the EU.
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