Hungary is concerned that immigration to Europe may be high

Nicosia, Cyprus The Hungarian government is "very concerned" that the coronavirus pandemic will trigger waves of migrants trying to reach poor countries from Europe, and that the disease will have a greater impact, the country's foreign minister said on Friday.    Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szilarto said EU leaders were responsible for helping citizens who lost their jobs due to the epidemic through "labor-based migration", which was certainly "contrary to the interests of Europe".


Nicosia, Cyprus The Hungarian government is "very concerned" that the coronavirus pandemic will trigger waves of migrants trying to reach poor countries from Europe, and that the disease will have a greater impact, the country's foreign minister said on Friday.


Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szilarto said EU leaders were responsible for helping citizens who lost their jobs due to the epidemic through "labor-based migration", which was certainly "contrary to the interests of Europe".

Sajjarto said he hopes to abolish the EU's immigration policies because it is "an invitation to anyone who wants to visit Europe illegally."

"We have rejected all attempts to legalize illegal immigration," he said after talks with the Cypriot Foreign Minister. We view migration from a security perspective as a dangerous event. There is a cultural risk, and now there is a health care risk. Well. "

In their view, the European Union wants to wage a strong fight against human smugglers and take action against non-governmental organizations "basically to cooperate with these smuggling companies," said Sizzarto.

Hungary said the upcoming European Union debate on migration would be “very difficult”.

Cyprus Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulis said the eastern Mediterranean island nation faces its own migration challenges. Cyprus has been ranked first among EU member states for three consecutive years in terms of population asylum applications.

Cristodoulids said that asylum applications filed in Cyprus last year increased by 76% compared to 2018.

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