Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki met in Warsaw on Monday to discuss various issues facing the Central European countries and the European Union. Orban and Morawiecki were both vocal about the issue of migration, with Orban stating: «National sovereignty is a fundamental thing and who can decide who may be in our state or not. Our determination is... Еще simple. Our parents, ancestors, grandparents would turn in their graves if they saw that we allowed someone else to decide who may be in our area.» Morawiecki similarly said that «we have to solve problems with a fishing rod, not with a fish. We have to work with those countries in the Middle East and Africa so that the refugees want to stay there, in their homes.» Orban and Morawiecki also discussed EU budget issues and judicial reform. Their meeting was the first since Orban was re-elected as prime minister in April.