(ANSA) - BELGRADE, JUN 19 - The Hungarian conservative premier Viktor Orban reiterated his open hostility towards the migratory phenomenon, which he defined as an "evil" that occurs, in his opinion, not spontaneously but in an organized way.
"When tens of thousands of people arrive at the Hungarian borders, mostly young men who are in perfect physical condition and who march in columns towards the border, and if we try to stop them they come against us, then we are not talking about immigration but of violation of national sovereignty. stopped, "Orban told the Croatian Catholic weekly 'Voice of the Council'.
In the interview, taken up by the Serbian media, the Hungarian premier says he is convinced that all this is organized with political motivations, to bring "huge masses of Muslims to the European continent". "I believe that all those who do not defend themselves will no longer recognize their country in 20 years". Orban then argues that Hungary pays a high price because it goes against the dominant European political currents, defends the model of the Christian family and the fact that "the LGBT folly has no space in Hungary". (HANDLE).