Poland has asked the European Commission to withdraw its legal proceedings against Warsaw over its migrant relocation quotas and said it was ready to fight its case in court, the foreign ministry said on Wednesday.

In July the Commission sent so-called "reasoned opinions" to Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary urging them to apply EU migration rules.

"Poland has sent a motion to the European Commission requesting it to discontinue its ongoing infringement procedure. Should it be continued, Poland is prepared to argue its case before the Court of Justice of the European Union", the ministry said in a statement.

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