“There are some rules that we adhere to – with regard to the need to ensure the strictest and most effective policy with regard to border controls,” said Poland’s Prime Minister Morawiecki after a meeting with Commissioner von der Leyen on Thursday. And Hungary’s head of government made it clear: “There is no breakthrough.” Orbán added that Hungary would stick to its negative attitude towards a European compromise on migration.
Beatrix von Storch, The AfD’s Deputy Federal spokesperson, explained:
“The Visegrad states are doing it right: They continue to protect their citizens from illegal mass immigration of non-integratable economic refugees from regions with alien cultures. Von der Leyen’s suggestions are not worth the paper on which they are printed. It starts with the constant use of “refugees”, even though the majority of asylum applications – the migrants who have come to Europe and Germany on a massive scale and mostly illegally since 2015 – have been rejected.”
The application for asylum has thus become a standard procedure for illegal immigration. “Almost no one is rejected, almost everyone is allowed to stay. That must end. That is why we as the AfD, just like the Visegrad states, firmly reject this so-called reform of the EU Commission on European asylum policy and, like our Central and Eastern European neighbors, demand: finally close the borders and solve the problems on the ground, not in Germany and not in Europe at the cost of the people here.”