“The people of Europe do not want war or migration, which is why next year’s European elections will be mainly about changing migration policy. Because change is necessary in Brussels,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, 60, said in a recent interview with Kossuth Radio.
And the head of government made it clear: “We do not want a mini-Gaza in the districts of Budapest.” And he stressed that as soon as the EU accepts migrants, they can often be sent home from Europe. However, new arrivals would lead to ghettoization within existing communities, leading to social disintegration.
Orbán also questioned how liberal elites could continue to support mass migration. And he called for national unity in Hungary on this issue. Hungary’s head of state accused Brussels of being “held hostage by the global elite and financial groups”. And said, “His decisions were driven by the interests of these groups.”
The Hungarian Prime Minister also criticized “bureaucrats in Brussels and the European media” in the interview: “Europeans are for environmental protection, but not for the destruction of industry.” The EU leadership must “act again in the interest of European citizens”: “The EU was created as a peace project for Europe – and now we have been at war in Europe for months. Nobody wants that “