Hungary: “Brussels makes confession about migration”
Brussels has in effect made a confession that its concepts of migration that the Hungarian government claims would increase migration to Europe do indeed exist, Zoltan Kovacs, the state secretary for international communications and relations, said.
“The Hungarian government regards these as dangerous”, Kovacs told a press conference, commenting on the European Commission’s critical response to the government’s campaign on migration. A legal proposal on the compulsory distribution of migrants within the bloc does exist and the European Commission has also confirmed that it is still pushing for the settlement of migrants from outside the EU within this framework, he said.
“The commission has admitted that migrants staying in Greece receive bank cards, so far costing 110 million euros”, he said. It has also“confessed” to a desire to strengthen border guard units controlled from Brussels, Kovacs added, noting a comment by German Chancellor Angela Merkel that this could only work at the expense of national sovereignty.