Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, and Slovakia pledge to help Greece deal with border crisis | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, and Slovakia pledge to help Greece deal with border crisis

Greek authorities fired tear gas and stun grenades Wednesday morning to repulse a push by migrants to cross its land border from Turkey, as pressure continued along its frontier after Turkey said its own border with Europe was open to whoever wanted to cross.

Meanwhile, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia pledged to help Greece to deal with pressure along its border.

Speaking after meeting his counterparts from the other three countries, Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said the situation was serious and the EU must protect its borders.

“We’re ready to help,” Babis said.

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