Orban: Hungary won’t change its migration policy

Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in an interview to public radio on Friday, said he completely agreed with Slovak premier Robert Fico that the European Court of Justice decision to dismiss Slovakia and Hungary’s complaint concerning EU mandatory migrant quotas had to be acknowledged.

But at the same time, this was no reason to change Hungary’s policies on immigration, he said. Orban said the European Court’s decision had “opened the door” for the implementation of the “Soros plan”.

“I will never contribute to making Hungary an immigrant country,”

he added.

Former colonial countries of the European Union have become “immigrant countries” and “they now want to force their wish upon us”.

“I have been given authorisation from Hungarian voters to guard Hungary’s culture and identity,”

he added.

“The real battle is just beginning and a political battle will be necessary,” the prime minister said. Any permanent mechanism to replace temporary distribution must be prevented, he added.

Source and photo: MTI

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