A tunnel under the Hungarian-Serbian border – Photo: police.hu

Fidesz MEP: New EU migration pact would expose Europe to illegal migration

The EU's proposed New Pact on Migration and Asylum which was supported by the European Parliament's civil liberties committee (LIBE) would "leave Europe wide open to illegal migration," an MEP of ruling Fidesz told Hungarian journalists after the committee's meeting on Wednesday.
14. February 2024 20:06

“By approving the draft, LIBE has given its consent to the implementation of the Soros plan,” Balazs Hidveghi said, noting the plan’s provisions enforcing illegal migrant distribution quotas and fining member states that refuse to accept the scheme.

He said the new pact would allow illegal migrants to enter EU territory under provisions which ban processing asylum applications outside the bloc. “This will make the control and expulsion of illegal immigrants impossible,” the MEP added, insisting that this would lead to the emergence of migrant ghettos which he called “unacceptable”.

Hidveghi said that “the only system that works effectively in stopping illegal migration is that of Hungary”.

Hungary protects its, and the EU’s, territory against an inflow of illegal migrants with a fence erected on the border and laws and will maintain the related decisions taken several years ago.

“The new EU pact and its approval is an attack against the well-working Hungarian system,” he said, adding that “we will continue to protect Hungary from illegal migration and will not allow that it should become an immigrant country,” said the MEP.

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