“We want the European Commission to change and our borders protected.’ That was the unmistakable message of Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban and Italian minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini after their meeting.
The Italian minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini and the Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban came to Tuesday’s meeting in Milan to ‘alternative strategies’. Salvini convened the meeting after the chairman of the far-right Lega Nord last week in the battle went about the migration policy, and even threatened the Italian contribution to stop.
“We want the European Commission to change,” says Salvini after the meeting with Orban. “We want our borders protected. We are going to the pro-migration policy of Macron and Soros challenge.’
Also, Orban called for a new parliament and a new commission’. ‘The European elections are coming. We need to be very what to change’, says Hungarian prime minister. ‘There are currently two sides in Europe. One camp is led by Macron and is available for migration. In the other camp are the countries which have borders to protect. Hungary and Italy belong to the latter group.’
“We thank Salvini to the European borders to protect’
‘Hungary has shown that we are migrants in the country can stop, knocked Orban himself on the chest. ‘Salvini has now shown that they are also at sea can be stopped. We thank him for the European borders to protect.’
Orban pleaded again for migrants to return to their country. ‘Brussels says that we should not. They also said that we migrants could not hold back on our territory, but we did it.’