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During talks in Milan this week, Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban agreed to work together to end the mass migration into the European Continent from North Africa and the Middle East, which has destroyed Europe’s security and threatens its Christian heritage. The two leaders pledged to extend their movement in Europe “that excludes socialists and the left, that brings back to the center the values and identity”.
“We are near a historic change on a continental level,” declared Salvini.
“We agreed that the most important issue is migration,” Orban said. “Europe needs a new European Commission and parliament that stand up for the protection of borders and stopping migration.”
He added that they had agreed to jointly pursue their anti-immigration agenda as the European Union enters campaign mode for EU parliamentary elections in May next year, saying that Hungary had shown immigration could be halted across land borders and that Salvini’s new Italian government had shown that it could also be stopped in the Mediterranean Sea, reported Reuters.
“Europe’s security hinges on his success,” Orban said.
Orban also described disagreements with French President Macron over migration.
“Macron is the leader of pro-migration parties in Europe today…And here we are, the ones who want to stop illegal migration. There is a big debate about this in the EPP as well. We would like our stance to be the general stance in the EPP.”
The liberal European Parliament has started infringement procedures against Hungary and other Central European nations for not following the dictates from Brussels over migration issues.