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Terrorists will exploit uncontrolled migration, says Czech Senate president

According to Czech Senate president, the events in Nice and Vienna serve as an attack on the very foundations of European civilization

The Czech Republic should be more cautious about its migration policy to prevent terrorist attacks, said Czech Senate President Miloš Vystrčil in an interview with Novinky.cz. According to him, Czechia should unite with its foreign partners to prevent the arrival of other migrants who would want to fight against the Western way of life and its freedom of religion.

On his Twitter account, he previously called the terrorist killings in the French city of Nice and the Austrian city of Vienna an attack on the very foundations of European civilization.

“At the political level, we need to re-evaluate where and under what circumstances terrorist attacks occur. And if, as part of migration policy, it is necessary for us to control who comes to our country and for what purpose. I think it is not possible for people we know nothing about to come to the European Union. It is our common duty to address this issue,” he stated.

According to him, all people should realize that if there is a social order where freedom and democracy dominate, then it is also has the potential for abuse by people who have a different opinion on freedom of thought and religion, and who may reject those concepts.

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