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Hungary defends anti-immigration policy

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GENEVA – Hungary Monday at the United Nations (UN) for its anti-immigration policy defended. The country underlined that it is determined to a homogeneous christian society to maintain.

The UN committee for civil and political rights, which consists of independent experts, began a two-day evaluation of the Hungarian policy, less than three weeks before the parliamentary elections.

Prime minister Viktor Orbán argued last Thursday that voters should fight against,external forces and international forces” that mass immigration in their country want to intrude.

In front of the UN panel, said minister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto: ,,First and foremost, it is a firm belief of the government that the Hungarian people has the right to safety, to live without fear of terrorist atrocities.”

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