“It has once again been made clear that pro-migration forces want to make the United Nations’ global migration compact, the world’s most dangerous migration document, mandatory,” Hungary’s foreign minister said on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto warns of “most dangerous migration compact””
Brussels is doing all it can to implement the United Nations Global Migration Compact, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, told public television on Friday. “But we will prevent this,” he said. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Brussels must be prevented from implementing UN migration compact”
Brussels and the United Nations clearly share the goal of legalising illegal migration, Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister, said after a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday. Continue reading “Szijjarto: Brussels, UN share goal to legalise illegal migration”
As it has done with the United Nations’ migration pact, Hungary rejects the organisation’s global refugee pact as well, the foreign minister said on Friday, arguing that the document was dangerous and could encourage more migration. Continue reading “Hungary rejects the UN refugee pact too”
The government’s enhanced support for families will “benefit the whole nation, including young people” in the long run, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public Kossuth Radio on Friday. Continue reading “Orban: The nation benefits from even stronger family policy”
The United Nations’ migration package equals to “betraying Europe” because the plan is “in conflict with the interests of the people”, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told a press conference held jointly with Heinz-Christian Strache, the vice-chancellor of Austria, in Vienna on Wednesday. Continue reading “Szijjarto meets Strache in Vienna”
The Hungarian government rejects the United Nations’ comprehensive pact on migration; it has left the negotiating table and will not consider its implementation binding, should it be accepted at the December meeting of UN heads of states and governments in Morocco, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in a letter on Friday.