Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán paid a visit to Serbia yesterday for an intergovernmental summit with his Serbian counterpart, Aleksandar Vučić.
The following video contains brief excerpts from the joint press conference held after the meeting by the two prime ministers, at which Mr. Orbán made some notable remarks about mass immigration.
Many thanks to CrossWare for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Below is an article from ANSAMed about Mr. Orbán’s visit to Serbia:
Orbán Says Won’t Accept Brussels ‘Diktat’ On Migrant Policy
Says can’t allow migrant influx to change face of Hungary
(ANSAmed) — BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 21 – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said his country doesn’t agree with EU migrant policy and won’t accept the ‘diktat’ of Brussels on migrants, during a joint press conference on Monday with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
Orbán said he can’t let the influx of migrants and refugees change the life and face of a country.
He was in Nis, in southern Serbia, for an intergovernmental summit between the two countries.
Orbán said Hungary is open to all Serbian citizens who “come to work, invest, and visit the country”.
|1:10||Hungary will do everything in its power|
|1:14||to enable every migrant to return from Europe to his own country.|
|1:18||And Hungary will do everything possible,|
|1:22||to make sure that no one may enter and stay illegally|
|1:26||on Hungarian territory, in violation of Hungarian laws.|
|1:30||We want to be masters of the situation, and we want to be|
|1:34||masters of our own destiny.|
|1:38||We do not accept the diktat of Brussels, who want to tell me|
|1:42||whom we have to live with, in our own country! This is unacceptable. This must be our decision!|
|1:46||“On the issue of migrants, when someone makes a mistake, it cannot be corrected,”|
|1:50||emphasised the Hungarian Prime Minister. In the countries where migrants arrive en masse,|
|1:56||life will change.|
|2:00||Maybe not in one day, but in a couple of years it will change.|
|2:04||Our grandchildren will ask us: Why did we let our countries change?|
|2:08||Why did we allow Europe to change?
Hat tip for the article: Insubria.