Hungary: Orban pushes anti-migration stance as election nears

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban slammed Europe’s migration policy and called for a global alliance against migration during his annual address to the nation in Budapest on Sunday. Speaking on the migrant situation in Germany, Orban said that the number of «native Germans has decreased in bigger German cities.» «In Bavaria for instance they spend more money on migration and integration... Еще, than for economy, for the environment and for health altogether,» he added. Orban said that Brussels, as well as Berlin and Paris «wanted us [Hungary] to implement their politics.»

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