Budapest, December 3 (MTI) – One of the main organisers of the terrorist attacks in Paris came into contact with migrants stranded at Budapest’s Keleti railway station who had evaded registration, the government office chief, Janos Lazar, told a news conference on Thursday, confirming Belgian press reports.

“There was news that one of the chief organisers of the Paris attacks came to Budapest which I can confirm,” Lazar said. “The person, to our knowledge, showed up also at Keleti station where he recruited a team from among illegal immigrants and left the country together with them,” Lazar said.

Hungary’s secret services had no information at the time on which to act and received information from partner organisations only later, Lazar said.

Lazar said it was a cause for concern that around 230,000 people had passed through Hungary’s territory uncontrolled.

According to Belgian RTL’s online report on Wednesday, Salah Abdeslam, one of the organisers and participants in the Paris terrorist attack may have recruited in Hungary two men who, after returning from Syria, blew themselves up during the attacks.

He noted that Hungary, like Slovakia, had submitted its case to the European Court against the EU’s compulsory migrant distribution quota system which he called a “forced, illegitimate measure”. Lazar said the government’s position on the quota system was reinforced by the decision of Hungary’s ombudsman to turn to the Constitutional Court over legal concerns over the scheme.

The government office chief welcomed European Council President Donald Tusk’s demand for measures to stanch the wave of migrants.

Meanwhile, Lazar claimed that a civil organisation sponsored by Hungarian-born financier George Soros has launched a signature campaign against Hungary, saying that it is hard to understand what the Hungarian-born US businessman’s problem with his home country is.

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Responding to a question, Lazar said Hungary supports Turkey’s integration with the EU, adding, however, that it would be “rather strange” if the visa restriction for Turkey was lifted ahead of Ukraine.

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  1. Why is it the responsibility of any European country to give these “refugees”(most are economic refugees) a better life? Europe has nothing to gain by letting or bringing these people in. Europe, your first and last obligation is to your people. What do the “refugees” have to offer? They bring nothing to the table.

    Why don’t muslim “asylum seekers” go to Qatar, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates , Oman, Saudi Arabia or any of the other rich muslim countries? These are Islamic countries therefore more suitable for them.

    Has any European country benefited by opening it’s borders to non-Europeans? Name one. Do they make Europe a safer place to live? Have they made Europe great? Are they good for tourism? Do they bring anything positive to Europe? Do they respect the citizens of Europe and the customs? Do they support themselves without burdening the tax payers? Do they burden the judicial system due to high crime rates? Do they love Europe or what they can get from her?

    Do they victimize the European people in large proportions to their small numbers? Wouldn’t crimes against the European people foreshadow their true intentions? Do they trash up the areas they inhabit in Europe? If they victimize the host country’s people and trash up their land after they have been given a new start at life, wouldn’t that be like a direct “screw you”? Do they demand you to change your ways and customs so they can tolerate you? Do they respect the peoples government? Your family? Your people? Your culture?

    If they are guilty of three of these questions then It would be safe to say they should not be in Europe. There is more harm than good for Europe and her people.

    If a European country don’t let the hoards flood their land they are called “racist” and “Nazis” if they let them in, their country, their lives, their descendants lives will be torn apart. Which one is easier to live with? Which one does the most damage? Which choice is beneficial to the European country and it’s people? Wake up and rise up before it’s too late and your family are the refugees.

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