FM Szijjártó: Europe has never seen such a serious threat level as today
“Over the last two and a half years terrorists of migrant origin have committed 27 terror attacks in Europe claiming 330 lives and injuring more than 1300,” FM Péter Szijjártó said during his press conference earlier today on the occasion of the second anniversary of the Brussels terror attack
“Today is the second anniversary of the Brussels terror attack that claimed 32 lives and left 340 injured,” Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said earlier today, adding that “over the last two and a half years terrorists of migrant origin have committed 27 terror attacks in Europe claiming 330 lives and injuring more than 1300.”
According to Minister Szijjártó, the perpetrators of the terror attacks either took advantage of the ongoing migration crisis to sneak into Europe or they were already brought up in Europe and in that case are proof of the failure of the social integration policies.
“Europe has never seen such a serious terrorist threat level as today,” the foreign minister warned.
During his press conference, MInister Szijjártó also talked about how it is becoming a western European trend that living a metropolitan lifestyle should include an everyday terror threat. “We don’t accept this and we are doing everything we can” so that this won’t happen in Hungary," he said.
“We should defend ourselves because nobody else will," the minister said, adding that they’ll continue their fight to protect the European right to freedom from becoming inferior to the migrants’ rights.
“How would the pro-migration politicians explain their policies to those 330 and 1300 families who have either lost their loved ones or were injured in a terrorist attack?” the minister asked.
FM Szijjártó added that though ten years ago everyone could take European security for granted, today we have to fight for it.