Illegal migration poses a major security risk for Europe as a whole, the ruling Fidesz’s communications director said on Monday in reaction to the start of a court trial in Brussels in the case of Salah Abdeslam, one of the alleged masterminds of the Paris terrorist attacks on November 13, 2015.
“The trial and the person of Salah Abdeslam are only the tip of the iceberg”, Balazs Hidveghi said, adding that hundreds or even thousands of potential terrorists could be hiding in Europe.
Abdeslam has visited Budapest, staying in a hotel near Keleti railway station, Hidveghi said. He later travelled to western Europe where the horrible attacks were carried out, claiming the lives of 130 innocent people, he added.
If the “Soros Plan”, including the mandatory migrant distribution quota, is implemented, it will involve sending some people from western Europe to Hungary who could be like Abdeslam: “nobody knew who he really was, where he came from and why”, Hidveghi said.
“This is why we say no to all redistribution quotas and this is why the Soros Plan needs to be stopped”, he added.