Chief Security Advisor: Migrants received help to storm Pantheon in Paris
“We are talking about collaboration between liberal groups and illegal immigrants, which represents a new phase in the domestic security threat,” György Bakondi said.
Hungary’s Chief Security Advisor has said African migrants received help to overrun the Pantheon in Paris over the weekend.
“We are witnessing a significant level of organization in France,” the Chief Security Advisor to the Prime Minister said on Hungarian M1 television’s Saturday evening current affairs program.
During the program, György Bakondi was asked about the fact that migrants have occupied the Pantheon in Paris. He pointed out that the location is a well-known site of French national traditions, national pride and history, and it is obvious the migrants couldn’t have known this on their own; they received help.
“We are talking about collaboration between liberal groups and illegal immigrants, which represents a new phase in the domestic security threat,” he said.
Bakondi also stated that the regular arrival of boats on the shores of Italy, against which the navy and police boats have already been deployed, is the application of political pressure.
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