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liberty jeep that could be relocated a reason for hope ultimately year it's the cold of further friction the blueprint backup plan to share route one hundred twenty thousand refugees across it twenty eight members they reached you day at ministerial level the agreement now be ratified by EU leaders on Wednesday but not everyone don't board Rumania the Czech Republic Slovakia and Hungary voting against the measure unplug the decision will back you prime minister said he would not think that the new quarters rhetoric from other opposed country adding to the sense of a growing rift between central and eastern European nation on how to handle the migrant crisis that you ready to sign it you could impact national sovereignty by majority vote rather than unanimous consensus limited become the continent's worst refugee crisis since World War two , the one hundred twenty thousand people that to be relocated have been detonated I think clearly need of international protection , do you ever describe the vote and important that that strength it's still a small one , they make over four hundred eighty thousand people have reached European tour this year unlearn