Resolutions relating to the compulsory redistribution of asylum seekers were not complied with by the EU countries, according to the ruling.

Poland, Hungary and the Czech republic acted in breach of EU law, since the three countries have not contributed to an EU regime on the redistribution of asylum seekers.

It can lead to huge EU fines for the three countries. But it is not a given.

In a ruling from the EUROPEAN Court of justice on Thursday called it, countries breached the agreement, which the EU countries entered into in september 2015.

Here it was decided that member states should participate in a temporary and mandatory redistribution of the 120,000 asylum-seekers from Greece and Italy.

It did none of the three countries.

in Addition, it applies to Poland and the Czech republic, the two countries have also breached their obligations in an agreement, which was concluded a week earlier, from the EU countries.

The agreement went on allocation of 40,000 asylum seekers, who were in Greece and Italy. Hungary was, however, not be bound by this first decision.

It is the EUROPEAN Commission, which has dragged the three EU countries to the court.

The three countries were and are opponents of mandatory redistribution of asylum seekers in the EU.

the field of Asylum has created divisions between member states, especially after a large influx of migrants – including refugees – in 2015.

By Thursday’s judgment, it is apparent that the three countries of the case could not reject asylum-seekers with regard to a concern for safety.

the Court said that national authorities have a certain latitude to assess, on the reception of asylum-seekers may pose a threat to the security of the country.

But they must “rely on the consistent, objective and accurate conditions, which make it possible to suspect that” an applicant. Otherwise they shall “before” carry out “an investigation” of each asylum seeker.

the Influx of migrants and refugees has declined considerably since the hundreds of thousands of migrants migrated up through Europe.

on the one hand to a strengthening of the external borders. On the one hand you signed a major deal with Turkey about the refugees.

Earlier this year, Turkey number of migrants at the EU’s external borders.

Greece closed its border in a fierce confrontation with the many migrants. They were, according to Greek police have been driven to the border in buses of the Turkish authorities.

Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, had previously said that the gateway to Europe stood open. But the greeks guarded the border. Ago sent several EU countries, additional material support and manpower to the region.

the EUROPEAN Commission has promised to submit a new proposal for a common asylum policy in the spring. For years, countries have tried in vain to reach a compromise.