The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visited the winter conference of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) in Kloster Seeon in southern Germany on Friday. Orban was invited CSU leader and Bavarian Minister President Horst Seehofer. Speaking to reporters outside the Seeon Abbey, Orban expected there would be a change in European migration policy for 2018. «The European people will... Еще force [the EU], step by step, to make decisions in the area of migration that serve their interest», he said. Adding that Hungarians and Germans alike, «do not want to live under threat of terror. They want security. They want the border to be protected.» Orban is known for his high-profile rejection of EU migration policy. Seehofer previously hosted the Hungarian prime minister at a press conference during the height of the migrant crisis in 2015. It was seen as a rebuke of long-term coalition partners the Christian Democratic Union and its leader Angela Merkel.