" I don't see a perspective on a solution to the migrant crisis in Europe. All I see is every country trying to save itself in panic and looking for a clause in their EU membership contract that would allow it to act separately,'' stated Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov.
He noted that '' the big countries in the EU are struggling severely and their societies are starting to fight back on political decisions."
"By following thousands and thousands of restrictions, as administered by the EU, Bulgaria is spending thousands on a daily basis, on monitoring the borders, food and shelter, statute interviews for each and every registered migrant,'' Borisov added....
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