Czech President Milosh Zeman blamed the Western invasion in the Middle East for the illegal immigration crisis in Europe. He said the rise of terrorism in the Middle East had an influence on the growing number of immigrants moving to Europe.
Zeman gave a video interview which the Czech Republic’s Blesk newspaper published Sunday. He also said the United States had escalated conflicts in Syria and Libya in its attempts to “restore order.”
Zeman said not only the United States but its Western allies should be blamed for coordinating operations in Libya. “The current wave of migration [to Europe] is rooted in the crazy [U.S.] idea to launch an intervention in Iraq, which allegedly had weapons of mass destruction, but nothing was found,” Russia Today quoted Zeman as saying.
According to a translated version of the interview, Zeman asked the refugees to follow three sentences. “The first sentence…
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