Warning that more migrants in the country will bring crime, terrorism and other problems, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has vowed to resist European Union pressure to take in more migrants. He also criticised Brussels’ failure to address the migrant crisis.
As reported by the Reuters news agency, Orban has long been known for his fiery right-wing rhetoric, but in his annual state of the nation address on February 28 he struck a particularly harsh tone toward the refugees and Brussel...
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