Hungary’s PM warns of ‘Sovietisation’ by Brussels

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delivers his address during the state commemoration ceremony of the 1956 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight against communism and Soviet rule in front of the Parliament building in downtown Budapest, Hungary, 23 October 2016.

Hungary’s PM warns of ‘Sovietisation’ by Brussels


Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his country must defend its borders against mass immigration and stand up to Europe’s “Sovietisation”.

Speaking at a ceremony marking the 1956 anti-Communist uprising, Orban said freedom in Europe depended on the nation state and Christian traditions.

“People who love their freedom must save Brussels from Sovietisation, from people who want to tell us who we should live within our countries,” he said in Moscow on October 23. “We want...


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