According to the answers to What can I assume if a publicly published project has no license?, If a repository has no license, then all rights are reserved and it is not Open Source or Free. You cannot modify or redistribute this code without explicit permission from the copyright holder. No surprise there.
However, if the project imports/extends/includes GPL-licensed code, then it has to have a GPL-compatible license. For example, I believe my own GPL-licensed code can freely incorporate code that itself incorporates GPL code.
Can I assume a GPL-compatible license, just because the source code has imports/includes on GPL-licensed code?