In his video message posted on his Facebook account, which was recorded on Wednesday on his way to the three-day summit of the heads of state and government of EU Member States, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán took the view that there will be an important meeting in Brussels as the European Commission continues to manufacture resettlement programmes at full speed.
“They continue to want to take away from us our right to border protection, and they want to tell us who may reside in Hungary and in the rest of the countries of Europe”, the Prime Minister said.
Mr Orbán highlighted that regarding proposals of this nature the Hungarian position is clear: “our borders will be protected by our soldiers and police officers, and we will not accept any kind of resettlement programme”.
The Prime Minister concluded the message recorded en route to the airport by saying: “Go, Hungary! Go, Hungarians!”