Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that “Europe is full” and that following the gains of pro-sovereignty parties in recent elections, the EU can no longer “bury its head in the sand” over peoples’ rejection of mass migration.
The conservative Prime Minister told Kossuth Radio’s Sunday News listeners that he fundamentally rejected the migration proposals put forward at the EU Council summit last week “because the proposal presented by them focuses on and aims at the admission and distribution of immigrants”.
“Europe is full,” Prime Minister Orbán said.
“Its external borders must be defended, and migrants must not be brought in – they must be kept outside Europe.
“And if we defend the borders and there is no infiltration, then there will be nobody to distribute, and we can put this dispute behind us,” the ruling Fidesz party leader added.