Poland's prime minister has said her country will accept only a "symbolic" number of refugees, a number that will be far fewer than the more than 80,000 Chechens it took in 1990s.
I can say today that there will not be too many of them. Definitely much fewer than in the '90s when Poland accepted more than 80,000 refugees from Chechnya. The number of refugees that we would take is symbolic, it constitutes a small fraction of the whole.
Ms Kopacz announcement comes just days ahead of a planned EU meeting on how to tackle the refugee crisis in Europe.
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