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“What we don’t want is a massive illegal influx coming from the south to us. We want to keep Hungary a Hungarian country. And we don’t think multiculturalism is by definition good,” the foreign minister said
When Steve Bannon spoke at the Future of Europe conference in Budapest recently he mentioned that he had just been interviewed by the BBC and that at the end of what was a lengthy conversation, the reporter had to get in one last question. Her last question was about Hungary and Viktor Orbán, and she was so unnerved, said Bannon, that “her head blew up.”
During an interview on the BBC Hardtalk program, Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said it was highly problematic that the European Union failed to get the migrant situation under control at the start of the crisis