Hungary's government spokesperson says "Röszke attack” in 2015 is linked to the “Soros network”
Zoltán Kovács said the government is paying particular attention to the various pieces of information that are coming to light with almost daily regularity in relation to the operations of the “Soros network”
Hungary's government spokesperson has said that the “Röszke attack” in 2015 is linked to the “Soros network”.
Zoltán Kovács said the government is paying particular attention to information that is coming to light with almost daily regularity in relation to the operations of the “Soros network”.
As an example he cited the statement by the former chief financial officer of Soros Fund Management, Tracie Ahern, who said the “Soros network” has 2,000 people working against the Hungarian prime minister and Hungary.
According to Kovács, souces testify to the fact that the “Röszke attack” was organized by the “Soros organization”, for which nothing is too costly.
“It is using all possible instruments to ensure that the aforementioned two thousand people can implement George Soros’s plans in the most effective way possible," he said. This includes the influencing of foreign governments, illegally collecting data and supplying international organizations with distorted information, he added.
Kovács said it was obvious that during next Sunday’s elections the “Soros network” would like to install a government that serves its interests and goals, most importantly via the demolition of the border security fence that is protecting Hungary and Europe.
“These are the reasons why we need the ‘Stop Soros’ legislative package, which we will be ensuring that the new Parliament adopts at the earliest opportunity in view of the fact that this legislation guarantees that the plans of the ‘Soros organisations’ cannot be successfully realised," Kovács said.