Slovakia responds sternly to the massive rape assaults carried out by the refugees in Germany.
According to details, the Prime Minister of Slovakia Mr. Robert Fico has reaffirmed his intention, “not to allow Muslim refugees in Slovakia.” This reaffirmation comes as a result of the massive sexual assaults which had been carried out by the refugees in Germany.
PM Robert responded after the sexual assaults in Germany’s Cologne and Hamburg as Germany reels followed by a crime wave in Cologne on the New Year’s Eve. Reportedly a large numbers of native women were either sexually assaulted or robbed by allegedly the refugees who had Arab or North African appearances.
These assaults were carried out during New Year’s celebrations in Cologne’s city centre. Moreover, some of the victimized women even said that they feared for their lives. The Cologne police stated that since New Year’s Eve about 553 criminal complaints had been filed while 40% of which re related to sexual assaults. Consequently, the police have hooked about 31 people; who mostly had come from North Africa or Middle Eastern countries. Nonetheless, out of these 18 have been identified as asylum seekers.
PM Robert Fico said that Slovakia would strongly resist immigration from Muslim countries in order to put off attacks on the pattern of last year’s terrorist strikes in Paris and large-scale sexual assaults of women in Germany.
“We don’t want something like what happened in Germany taking place in Slovakia,” he asserted. Slovakia must “prevent it’s women from being molested in public places.”
Furthermore, PM Robert Fico affirmed that Bratislava would “never make a voluntary decision that would lead to the formation of a unified Muslim community in Slovakia. Multi-culturalism is a fiction. Once you let migrants in, you can face such problems.”
Slovakia which is predominantly a Christian country has been already posing great resistance to the intake of refugees from the Middle East and other Muslim countries. Shortly after the refugees began to pout in in massive numbers into Europe; Slovakia announced closure of its borders for the them.