Viktor Orban, Hungarian Prime Minister, criticized EU policies in accepting refugees, emphasizing on the necessity of closing boundaries, and underlying the suspicious role of western policies in fueling the crises in Syria and Iraq.

“We [European countries] are to be held responsible for the tragic crisis. We blatantly interfered in Syria’s internal affairs through creating and supporting the Syrian opposition, and we are looking for a solution!”, Orban said in an interview held earlier.

“The Refugee crisis will cost us a lot and eventually turn the national and sectarian balance in Europe”, he added.

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Ute Hopi
Ute Hopi
2016-04-10 13:18

Orban, Erdogan but not Flanagan nor Zeman, so no generalization. Try with -oğlu
@leithfadel

Red Commie
Red Commie
2016-04-10 12:55

Orban is getting too uncomfortable for the west..expect more ‘nazi’ comparisons and maybe a Maidan to boot.

Kristjan Murmur
Kristjan Murmur
2016-04-10 14:44

and western leaders hate him

conor mcconville
conor mcconville
2016-04-10 14:46

@varyagi at least he has the b***s to say it as it is #Syria #Iraq

Enkidu Gilgamesh
Enkidu Gilgamesh
2016-04-10 16:26

#Syria #Iraq #Yemen under Tropospheric #SRM attack!
https://t.co/iAH1UJlqf9
#fracking #desert #farming #water

Greg Warrington
Greg Warrington
2016-04-10 23:49

Not a secret anymore