Many leading politicians of the Visegrad Four (V4) states of Poland, Slovakia, Czechia and Hungary firmly oppose accepting migrants. They have been keen defending their homelands identity against outsiders and multiculturalism. Yet, the V4’s economies urgently need more people as their labour markets are increasingly characterised by labour shortages - writes Robert Steenland, CIR associate and analyst, in analysis The Visegrad Four’s Migration Dilemma.

The Visegrad Four’s Migration Dilemma