Bulgaria will close all its external EU borders and deport anyone who does not meet the criteria for asylum, the country's Prime Minister has announced, as talks on how to address the migration crisis continue.
Addressing a press conference in Prague, Boyko Borissov said:
I would like to highlight that Bulgaria's position is to close all external borders of the European Union - not inside the EU, but external borders.
To leave only the legal border crossing points where all migrants can cross, can be registered, finger-printed, checked their health status and fulfill the procedure for asylum for those who are seeking asylum.
The rest that do not qualify should be returned.
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