Hungary will not change its policy towards refugees. This statement was made by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban.
Hungary and Slovakia have filed complaints against the treaty of the migrant resettlement from Italy and Greece to other EU countries in the European Court of Justice (ECJ). However, on September 6 these complaints were rejected.
In 2015, the EU countries reached an agreement on the resettlement of refugees who had already entered the Union: in particular, special quotas were introduced for the reception of migrants, which depended on the socio-economic indicators of each individual EU country. Eastern European countries opposed an initiative of Brussels.
And now, Hungary does its best not to take migrants to its territory. “Hungary as a member state of the European Union, of course, must recognize European treaties and court decisions, but the present decision is not a reason to change the policy towards migrants…
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