The Hungarian authorities are handling the migration crisis in the wake of the war in Ukraine “flawlessly”, Michael Spindelegger, head of the International Centre for Migration Policy Development, said in Beregsurány, near the Hungary-Ukraine border, on Wednesday.
Spindelegger told MTI that his delegation was studying the process of receiving and accommodating refugees, so as to gauage the kind of assistance ICMPD could provide. He said both civil organisations and individuals were working tirelessly to help refugees fleeing from war. He called Hungarian aid “a beautiful act of solidarity”.
ICMPD, based in Vienna, is active in ninety countries, and carries out research on migration and makes recommendations to governments and agencies.
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The praise will not last. Any minute the socialist left media will continue to denigrate the country, its people and its leadership. The west cannot be trusted.
Maria, astute observations
The day after my comment, the EU sanctioned Poland and Hungary.