PM Orbán calls on Soros-type civil organizations to leave central Europe
“We are no longer prepared to finance from European money a multitude of hostile, Soros-type pseudo-civil organizations,” the Prime Minister said.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said has called on Soros-type civil organizations to leave central Europe. “We are no longer prepared to finance from European money a multitude of hostile, Soros-type pseudo-civil organizations,” he said.
The Prime Minister said the EU budget is not meant to finance teams and media outlets pleasing the liberals and serving their interests, or to train activists and organizers of demonstrations.
According to MTI, PM Orbán blamed the “covert liberal attacks” for the instability of North Macedonia and for the “ills of government” in Romania. He said that the international left wing and the liberal networks of Washington and Brussels integrated into international political decision making pose the biggest threat to the peaceful life of central Europe where policymakers have to face “their political tricks and dozens of their fake news networks”.
PM Orbán praised central European nations for reinforcing fiscal discipline in the EU, contributing to economic growth in Europe and defending the external borders of the continent. He reiterated the offer made to Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte earlier this week that Hungary is prepared to take over the patrol of any section of the Italian border and return a large number of migrants from Italy to their homeland.
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