PM: France says it won't host more than 30,000 refugees

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September 24, 2015 23:57

 
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PARIS - France will not welcome more refugees than the 30,000 it has pledged to host within the next two years as part of a broader European Union plan, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Thursday.

"It won't be more," Valls said on France 2 television. "We cannot welcome to Europe all those who flee Syria's dictatorship."

The 28-country EU plans to take a total 160,000 refugees.

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