Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó stated that international organizations are beginning to “lose their minds” over migration, stressing the need instead for honest talk and the strengthening border security for countries on the front line.

Speaking at the Bucharest Nine summit in Tallinn, the Foreign Minister claimed that the two most pressing security threats facing Central Europe are the threat of migration and the “increasingly dangerous and unreasonable stance” of the United Nations and European Union.

Szijjártó stated that the latter is “practically just as dangerous as migration itself,” stressing that in addition to migration pressure from the south of Europe, there are also immigrants arriving from the east, and that Poland and the Baltic states are facing the same situation that Hungary has been dealing with since 2015.

The Foreign Minister believes that “the EU and UN need to make clear that there is no place for waves of illegal migration.” [Magyar Hang]

By Steven