Government Spokesperson: The events of recent days have made it clear that George Soros is not prepared to accept the result of Hungary's election
Zoltán Kovács stressed that George Soros is continuing the negotiations aimed at calling into question the outcome of the Hungarian election and collecting allies against the democratically elected Hungarian government and majority
Hungary's government spokesperson has said that the events of recent days has made it clear that George Soros is not prepared to accept the result of Hungary's parliamentary election.
Zoltán Kovács stressed that George Soros is continuing the negotiations aimed at calling into question the outcome of the Hungarian election and collecting allies against the democratically elected Hungarian government and majority.
Kovács pointed out that on Monday the billionaire met with Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans, who he says holds negotiations with George Soros and his organizations more often than with true civil society organizations.
“It is totally obvious that Timmermans is one of Soros’s people," Kovács said, highlighting the fact that the vice president of the European Commission is committed to practicing pro-immigration politics aimed at breaking Hungary and other countries that are resisting these policies.
He highlighted that in recent days George Soros’s son has urged people in Hungary to hold protests against democracy and against the results of the democratic elections.
“Based on this, it is absolutely obvious what we can count on from representatives and organizations of the Soros empire: they will try to break Hungary and attempt to make the county give up its anti-immigration standpoint, and force onto it a permanent distribution mechanism that would force tens of thousands of immigrants onto member states. This solution was prepared by EU institutions last June via the so-called Dublin IV reforms," he said.
“However, the Hungarian government totally rejects this and will be resisting it using all possible means in view of the fact that at last week’s elections it received a mandate from the people of Hungary that cannot be called into question either within the European Union or by NGOs. The election clearly defined the path along which Hungary must travel in the fight against migration," he added.