György Bakondi: It is a pretense to say there is no migration
György Bakondi stressed that there is still an immigrant problem on the Serbian and Croatian borders. “A significant amount of people want to cross the borders," he said
The Prime Minister's Chief Security Advisor has said that it is a pretense to say there is no migration.
Speaking on M1's Sunday evening current affairs program, György Bakondi stressed that there is still an immigrant problem on the Serbian and Croatian borders. “A significant amount of people want to cross the borders," he said.
The security expert also stated that planned regulations such as the UN pact on migration or the European Union's Border Reform Plans could pose serious threats in the future.
“It has also become clear that migration is organized," he said, adding that it is true that organizations provide every immigrant with financial support, just in the case of migration from Honduras to the United States.
“Troops are protecting the southern border of Hungary and it is a clear sign that the Hungarian government and the Hungarian authorities defend the Hungarian people," Bakondi stressed.
Bakondi explained that the authorities are constantly monitoring migrants’ movements and the activities of the organizers behind those activities, and the government takes preventive measures to defend the Hungarian borders.
He highlighted that the protection of the Croatian border was strengthened by deploying border forces. In addition to police, soldiers and civil guards, additional soldiers are ready to be deployed in an emergency.