Hungary’s FM: EU bureaucrats live on another planet
Hungary's Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó (Fidesz) has criticized the EU's stance on the construction of border fences. When he heard how Brussels politicians opposed fences at the external borders, he asked himself “whether these people lived on another planet,” he said at a meeting of several countries in Estonia on Wednesday.
Published: October 29, 2021, 1:54 pm
Hungary supports the Baltic states and Poland, who are currently fighting against illegal migration. The immigrants have been breaking European laws. Nevertheless, the EU is willing to accept them. “If we don’t defend ourselves, nobody will defend us,” warned Szijjártó.
EU does not want to finance border fences
More and more migrants are trying to get illegally from Belarus to Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. These states responded by implementing increased border controls and the construction of a fortification running for hundreds of kilometers.
Lithuania’s President Gitanas Nauseda and other member states, including Austria and Denmark, had also asked the EU to at least partially participate in the construction of such fences. However, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen refused.
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