PM Orbán: UN migration pact is a serious risk

The UN migration pact is a serious risk for all who sign it, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in a short message posted on social media during an official visit to Prague.

"I am pleased that the Czech Republic and the Czech government have established and held a very bold position in several complicated and hard questions in the past, which gives a good chance for the two countries to be able to follow their own path on difficult issues, in cooperation with each other.

I am pleased to note that we evaluated the migration compact or pact of the UN in the same way, which is I believe a flawed document which lays down principles that will actually stimulate illegal migration and not reduce it.

Anyone who signs this compact, this UN agreement –whether they admit it or not – will impose a very serious risk on his own people

Image: Viktor Orbán Facebook page

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