Slovakia to dispute EU migrant quotas in court: PM

 Slovakia`s leftist Prime Minister Robert Fico said Wednesday his country will take legal measures to dispute mandatory quotas adopted by the European Union to relocate 120,000 refugees amid a record migrant crisis.

Bratislava: Slovakia`s leftist Prime Minister Robert Fico said Wednesday his country will take legal measures to dispute mandatory quotas adopted by the European Union to relocate 120,000 refugees amid a record migrant crisis.

"Slovakia is not going to respect mandatory quotas. We are filing a lawsuit with the Luxembourg court," Fico said, quoted by the website of Slovakia`s leading SME daily. 

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