Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Poland’s Prime Minister Beata Szydlo met in Warsaw last week. During a joint press conference, they said they remain fully opposed to the European Union’s migrant policies.
“We accept that some countries have become immigrant countries,” said Orban. “But we don’t want to be [like] them and we want them to accept this. But they want us to become like them. We don’t want a mixed population, as has been created in the countries to the west of us. We are ...
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