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Oct 09, 2017

PM Orbán: Brussels is implementing the Soros pro-migration plan

“Brussels has come under George Soros’s influence,” the prime minister said. “The European Union wants to dismantle the border fence, let migrants enter the continent, distribute them among the member states and punish those who resist,” he added

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said that the “Brussels machinery” is implementing George Soros’s pro-migration plan. The prime minister made the remarks during his regular interview slot on Kossuth Radio on Friday.

“Brussels has come under George Soros’s influence,” the prime minister said. “The European Union wants to dismantle the border fence, let migrants enter the continent, distribute them among the member states and punish those who resist,” he added.

The prime minister said that the events in Brussels are unfolding exactly as Soros outlined. “It is a planned process,” PM Orbán said.

The prime minister added that Hungary is “not a country of fools” and one cannot “pretend as if everything was happening by accident”.

“We have revealed the existence of the Soros plan, and the drafter himself admitted that it exists. We have placed it in the focus of politics,” PM Orbán said.

The prime minister said the “national consultation” survey about the “Soros plan” will demonstrate how Hungary wants to defend its interests. He added that all decision makers in Brussels should be aware that most Hungarian citizens are taking a stand for national interests.

He added that while plans are being drawn up about the future of the EU, “the Schengen system is crumbling in our hands” and instead of defending the external borders, internal borders are being established.

He cited a proposal in line with which member states should have the right to reintroduce border controls within Schengen for three years. Additionally, restrictions are being placed on the free movement of labor, he said.

PM Orbán also said that the prime ministers of the Visegrad Four countries would meet EC President Jean-Claude Juncker for “a friendly talk” on the eve of the next EU summit in Brussels, on October 18.