Hungary not to implement UN migration compact, says foreign minister
No matter the pressure, Hungary will not implement any of the United Nations’ migration compact’s provisions, the foreign minister told parliament on Monday.
Debates over the issue of migration are not yet over in Brussels, Péter Szijjártó told a plenary session.
“A new battle is to begin, this time over secretly drafted pro-migration plans,” he said.
The Hungarian government will fight this battle, too, the minister said, adding that it will reject to implement the UN package which he said carried risks to Hungary and the Hungarian people.
The government will not allow Hungary to become an immigrant country, Szijjártó said.
As we wrote a two weeks ago, citizens of the European Union have the right to know “what secret plans the European Commission is making behind their backs to further undermine the continent’s security”, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó told public Kossuth Radio. Referring to a document prepared by the legal service of the commission concerning ramifications of the United Nations’ Migration Compact, Szijjártó said that “it has been Brussels’s greatest lie concerning migration”. He insisted that it was “well-known” that “Brussels would cram the compact down the throat of each European country”. Read more details HERE.