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Orbán: ‘Future of Africans in Africa’

MTI-Hungary Today 2020.10.30.

“Africans should have a future in Africa,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told public radio commenting on Thursday’s terrorist attack in Nice, adding that “if you don’t want to give in, the only thing you can do is deny entry”.

“If we don’t want to see cases such as in Nice we must not allow them in,” Orbán said. “Apart from the few already here we do not want new entrants, especially not [illegal] migrants,” he said.

Orbán Expresses Condolences after Nice Church Attack
Orbán Expresses Condolences after Nice Church Attack

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sent a letter of condolences to French President Emmanuel Macron after a suspected terrorist attack left three people dead at a church in Nice on Thursday, the PM’s press chief said. Orbán expressed his sympathies to the people of France, wishing strength to the families of the victims, Bertalan Havasi […]Continue reading

The Hungarian government “must not allow Brussels to force on Hungary rules under which we should allow entry to people who we do not wish to see — and then go to funerals”, Orbán said. “Despite all pressure Hungary will not follow the Brussels path.”

Orbán insisted that “the Hungarian opposition is for migration” and “opposition MEPs are in the same pack with those wishing to see Hungary change its migration rules … but as long as [Hungary has] this government, migrants will not come in.”

Featured photo illustration by Vivien Cher Benko/PM’s Press Office