Slovakia has rejected suggestions of a compulsory quota to locate asylum seekers around the European Union.
The Slovak Interior Ministry said it would insist on a voluntary approach to taking in refugees instead.
It comes after the EU executive drew up quotas to relocate 160,000 asylum seekers from Italy, Greece and Hungary, which would see Slovakia asked to take in 2,287 people.
To date, the country has said it would accept 200, and that it would prefer them to be Christian.
On a visit to Jordan, David Cameron says that the EU must "follow Britain's lead" and fund more refugee camps around Syria.
The prime minister has insisted the UK will not participate in plans to redistribute 160,000 refugees who have arrived in Europe.
Train traffic with Austria suspended as German authorities seek to reduce the number of asylum seekers arriving in the country.