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Hungarian Prime Minister Wants a Giant Refugee City

(Author: Libyan Gazette Editorial Staff)


On Saturday, Prime Minister Viktor Orban requested that the European Union create a “Giant Refugee City.”

Prime Minister Obran of Hungary during his speech in Vienna gave his input regarding Libya and the refugee crisis.

He submitted that Hungary can do very little regarding Libya but emphasized that the European Union could do much more and could have the borders under “Total Control”.

This could be an island, it could be a coastal area in North Africa, but the security and supplies of that area must be guaranteed by the EU in its own interest.

“Those who came illegally must be rounded up and shipped out.

“We must set up large refugee camps outside the EU, with armed security and financial support provided by the Union.”

Prime Minister Orban has been extremely vocal on his views of refugees.  He created a razor wire fence along Hungary’s southern border to impede refugees from entering.  He mentioned that the Balkans path is closed and he intends to maintain its closure.

He added that both Egypt and Libya are extremely valuable partners.

“The EU needs a new Libya policy,” he told a press briefing in Vienna. “Libya is a region whose shores can be used to set sail for Europe because no state exists there.”

Orban spoke to the press regarding the significance of Sovereign Libya and how important it is to maintain it’s Unity.

“Unless we preserve Libya as one and stabilize it we cannot create the gigantic refugee city by Libya’s Mediterranean coast,” he said.

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