According to the Prime Minister, Slovakia reserves the right to make its own sovereign decisions in the field of migration.
The SR government has not done anything, which can be considered as a consensus with the UN Global Compact on migration. After the end of the first day of Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini's (Smer-SD) 38th parliamentary session, some MEPs were announced in an almost empty session of the National Council of the NR (NR), in which they were discussing the agreement on the contract. The CIS government requested the rejection of this agreement. Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajja (Nominated Smyro-SD) resigned and threatened to resign.
"I do not allow the government to take any action to accept this agreement, and the Slovak Republic always decides which migration action will take, who will take it in the country, what it needs to educate, Pellegrini said, 'Come to the country, Where he will live and how he will behave. '
According to the Prime Minister, Slovakia reserves the right to make its own sovereign decisions in the field of migration. The head of the cabinet said that "my leadership government will not do anything that will threaten the sovereignty of Slovakia. The government will always safeguard the citizenship of Slovakia, the security of Slovak sovereignty and we will take a serious decision on this issue seriously."
According to the Paleogrians, Slovakia is a sovereign country that has the right to make its own immigrant policy and to distinguish between legitimate and illegal migration. Illegal migration is considered by the Prime Minister to bring illegal and security risks.
On Wednesday (November 28) discussed the MAP resolution on the UN Global Migrant Agreement.