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Hungarian FM dismisses Schulz remarks on Orbán, migration policy

Hungarian FM dismisses Schulz remarks on Orbán, migration policy

Hungary’s foreign minister has dismissed criticism by the head of Germany’s SPD party Martin Schulz levelled against Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his migration policy, saying that Schulz’s accusations were unfounded.

In an interview with a German newspaper, Schulz called it “unacceptable” that some EU member states were making great efforts to accommodate refugees while others were derelict in their duties.

Szijjártó said Schulz constantly attacked Hungary for its policy which “protected all Germans”. Szijjártó said he had hoped that Schulz, having returned “from the Brussels bubble to German reality”, would face up to that reality and see that his charges against Hungary were wrong.

“But it became clear that these hopes were unfounded,” Szijjártó said.

“Martin Schulz is unaware of the basic facts. Still, as a citizen of a country that enjoys the benefits of Hungary’s efforts to protect the external borders of the Schengen area by enforcing European law, he is in a comfortable position,” Szijjarto said, adding that Hungary had spent 1 billion euros on border defence measures.

“The European Commission has rejected awarding partial compensation for this amount even though Hungarian border protection protects both Germany and the European Union as a whole,” he said,

adding that the lack of solidarity was not on Hungary’s part but on the side of the EU.

Photo: MTI/EPA/Clemens Bilan

Source: MTI


  1. edward

    Schultz trying to use the old Nazi regimes bullying tactics.

  2. Sander Driessen

    Herr Martin Schulz was born in the village of Hehlrath, which is now a part of Eschweiler. After 4 years at primary school, from 1962 to 1966, Herr Schulz attended the Holy Spirit gymnasium, a private Roman Catholic school run by the Holy Ghost Fathers (or Spiritans) in Broich (now Würselen) for 9 years. As a teenager he went to France on a school exchange programme. He left school without passing his Abitur after failing the 11th grade twice. From 1975 to 1977 Herr Schulz then trained to become a bookseller. The next 2 years he worked for a number of publishing houses and bookshops. Herr Schulz suffered from alcoholism and tried to commit suicide on 26 June 1980. This attempt again was a failure. After a successful rehab Schulz opened his own bookshop in Würselen in 1982. In 1974 Schulz joined the SPD, became involved with the Young Socialists and in 1984 was elected to the Würselen Municipal Council, remaining a member for just over 2 electoral terms, to 1998, from 1987 onwards as mayor. At 31 he was then the youngest mayor in North Rhine-Westphalia. He held that office until 1998 and was kicked out. Seriously: This person thinks that he has the right to make (stupid) remarks to Hungary? Is he on the payroll of Satan Soros (SS)?

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