Foreign minister Mandela Peace Summit
New York, 2018. szeptember 24. Szijjártó Péter külgazdasági és külügyminiszter beszél a Nelson Mandela Békecsúcson az ENSZ New York-i székházában 2018. szeptember 24-én, egy nappal az ENSZ-közgyûlés 73. ülésszaka elõtt. (MTI//AP/Jason DeCrow)

Due to new security challenges, parts of the world that have so far been regarded as safe are now under threat, Péter Szijjártó, the foreign minister, said late on Monday in New York at the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit held to coincide with the United Nations General Assembly.

Szijjártó identified “massive and uncontrolled” migration flows that give terrorist groups the opportunity to infiltrate other parts of the world. “This is why joint action must be taken against illegal migration,” he said.

The view that migration is a fundamental human right should be rooted out, Szijjártó added.

The minister also noted threats to national and religious minorities, saying it was a duty of international organisations to act to defend them and guarantee their rights.

These minorities should be seen as seedbeds of friendship rather than sources of tensions, he said.

Szijjártó also held several bilateral meetings on Monday, including with Cardinal Timothy C. Dolan, with whom he discussed the persecution of Christians around the world. He also met representatives of several leading pharmaceutical companies. Besides Hungary’s car industry, a leading driver of research and development in the country is its pharmaceutical sector.

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Source: MTI

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  1. There is a growing hope for mankind: Czech President Miloš Zeman received on 23 September 2018 the former chief strategist in the White House, Stephen Bannon, and the AfD leader in the Foreign Affairs Committee, Peter Bystron, to discuss the future of the conservative revolution in Europe. After his departure as editor-in-chief at Breitbart News Steve Bannon is trying to create an umbrella organization for an expanding conservative movement in Europe under the name The Movement with an office in Brussels. Petr Bystron, a former refugee from the Czech Republic, helped arrange the meeting between the preparatory thinker of the Trump campaign and the Czech president in Lany. Bystron started early with an alliance of the AfD with the FPÖ and maintains good contacts with many Eastern European governments. The three conservative fighters discussed strategies for a political change in the crises-stricken Europe that faces uncontrolled mass immigration, radical Islamic terrorism, a wave of murders and rapes and the legitimacy crisis of EU bureaucracy in the context of Brexit. Brussels is now openly seeking a conflict with the Visegrád-countries that reject mass immigration and threatens Poland and Hungary with punishing proceedings. The three politicians agreed that the EU could not go on like this and had to be urgently reformed and pushed back at all levels. At the meeting, Zeman stressed the danger of militant Islam, against which urgent action was urgently needed. Bystron warned of the consequences of uncontrolled mass immigration in countries such as Germany, where according to the police’s latest crime statistics ‘immigrants’ committed six times as many ‘offenses against sexual self-determination’ and 9 times as many ‘offenses against life’ as the rest of the population. According to August figures from the Agency for Workers, migrants are dependent on social benefits 9 times as much as the rest of the population. Steve Bannon leads The Movement from the offices of the chairman of the Belgian ‘Parti Populaire’, Michaël Modrikamen, in Brussels and has recently met with, among others, the AfD chairman Alice Weidel and the Italian Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini (LEGA) , who immediately joined Bannon’s project. Bannon travels to Budapest this week for a meeting with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Just as leftists have the Socialist International we must forge a Conservative International to unite the forces of reason and accountability, of democracy and of self-determination, because only then will we be able to save Europe from the threat of self-destruction, said Petr Bystron, who was a week ago in the US to receive in St. Louis the Eagle Award from the Trump affiliated Phyllis-Schlafy Foundation and to establish numerous contacts with leading American conservatives. The ‘Jouwatch’-video exclusively from St. Louis:

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