EU wants to forcefully relocate entire Syrian (and other refugee people) villages to Eastern Europe and the Baltics, with force if needed.
German (what a surprise) representative in the EU parliament Fransiska Keller said the following:
In the debate about the European refugee policy, Keller calls for the settlement of larger refugee groups in eastern Europe. The measure could facilitate the integration of refugees. In a conversation this tuesday, Keller has proposed to send a whole Syrian village to Latvia, for example. "The idea with the Syrian village is a possibility that could be used, for example, if refugees do not want to go alone in a country where there are no refugees." It turned out that people liked to go where their people were already living, as this made integration easier. "The option had to be discussed in spite of the resistance of eastern european countries, if necessary we will force those countries". "The refusal to accept refugees violates EU law", emphasized Keller. The EU commission had recently launched a lawsuit against the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland for violating the EU treaty because they refuse to accept migrants as decided by 2015. The refugee distribution is also the topic at the EU summit from 22 to 23 June.
Latvian bros better prepare for war.
Original source (in German): http://www.focus.de/politik/videos/eu-abgeordnete-keller-fluechtlingsgruppen-in-osteuropa-ansiedeln_id_7260446.html