Eastern and Central Europe is zone without migrants, - Orban

Source : 112 Ukraine

He is sure that the countries of Eastern and Central Europe succeed to offer rebuff to the illegal migration
12:47, 24 October 2017


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban called Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) ‘zone without migrants’. He claimed this at the celebration of the anniversary of Hungarian Revolution of 1956 on October 23 as TASS reported citing Austria Press Agency.

According to him, the countries of CEE succeed to offer rebuff to the illegal migration and it is the only zone at the European continent that is free from the migrants.

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‘The mystical financial power stroke Europe with the modern migration, millions of the migrants and invasion of the entrants. This plan was intended to make the mixed continent of Europe but we succeed to offer rebuff. The Polish, Czechs, Slovaks, Romanians and Hungarians should unite in this process’, Orban claimed.

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He is sure that every next election in Europe show that the citizens want to decide their way themselves and to take the political situation into their own hands. ‘We want safe, fair, Christian and free Europe’, he concluded.

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Hungary celebrated the anniversary of the armed rebellion of 1956 against the pro-Soviet regime on October 23. The rebellion was suppressed by the Soviet forces on November 11, 1956. The Soviet Union showed the readiness to use the force to keep the control over the states of the Eastern block for the first time. These actions were treated as the Hungarian counter-revolutionary rebellion by the Soviet Union and communist government during the Cold War and the post-communist Hungary called it Hungarian Revolution.

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