"Frankly speaking, it's rubbish. Where do you want to build camps? In failed states. What kind of government, which is non-existent, do you want to negotiate [with]? This is a kind of hypocrisy," Stefan Frey said.
Frey went on to say that the European Union needs to define a coherent policy on refugees and asylum seekers, that would include "not only the incoming refugees but also the causes of the refugee crisis."
Data from the European Commission shows that over 500,000 migrants have arrived in the Union since the beginning of 2015 to seek asylum and flee violence in their home countries.