Brussels needs to intervene in migrant crisis
Intervention and determined action by Brussels with relation to the migration crisis is becoming increasingly crucial
A Brussels intervention in the migrant crisis is becoming an extremely urgent need, according to the Prime Minister’s chief advisor on Homeland Security.
György Bakondi has said that intervention and determined action by Brussels with relation to the migration crisis is becoming increasingly crucial.
Speaking on M1 television’s Saturday evening current affairs program, Bakondi said migration remains at the same level as in previous weeks; an average of 100-120 illegal immigrants are caught trying to cross the Hungarian border every day.
Marine migration routes are becoming active again, however, as proven by the fact that migrants are now also appearing in Crete.
Whether with regard to pressure via land or sea, Brussels must implement urgent and effective measures including for internal security reasons, he explained.
According to Bakondi, it is equally urgent that a solution be found for the situation in Lybia to prevent thousands of migrants a day setting out for Europe.