Hungary's government spokesperson has said that a fundamental turnaround is happening in Europe, as the European people have had enough of pro-migration policy.
During an interview on M1 television, Zoltán Kovács said the question of migration is the question of democracy at the same time. There’s a gap between the utopist, pro-migration approach of the left-wing elites and the interests of the people.
Economic migrants have to be sent back where they came from, Kovács pointed out, adding that the solution needs to be found outside of Europe’s borders.
Referring to the meeting of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, leader of the Italian League party, which is scheduled to take place on Tuesday afternoon in Milan, the government spokesman said the two politicians will share their experiences on the management of migration.
There’s an agreement between the Hungarian and the Italian side that those who arrived and still stay here illegally, have to be sent back, Kovács said, adding that in Italy, ninety percent of migrants are illegal.
Supporting migration is a blind alley, illegal migration must be combatted, the spokesman added.