Balázs Hidvéghi, an MEP of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz, said that while illegal migrants “slaughter innocent victims on a daily basis” in Western Europe, the European Union “insists on pushing through its migration pact” before the 2024 European Parliament elections. Such a move would “consolidate immigration with all the associated risks” in the whole of Europe, Hidvéghi said on Facebook. “We cannot allow such a myopic decision to jeopardize Hungarian lives,” he added. Hamas’s attack against Israel, he said, had ratcheted up tensions in Europe. “[Yet] Brussels seeks to force the migration pact onto member states, a pact that would further broaden illegal migration throughout Europe.” “We must not allow that to happen … We must redouble our efforts to protect Hungary, the Hungarian people, the peace and security of Hungarian families.”
Fidesz MEP: Hungary cannot allow EU migration pact to happen
“We must not allow that to happen … We must redouble our efforts to protect Hungary, the Hungarian people, the peace and security of Hungarian families," Balázs Hidvéghi said.