Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that Europe may soon face a new wave of mass migration.
Orban said this at a joint press conference following talks with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic during his visit to Belgrade.
The Hungarian prime minister noted that European countries should be aware that long-term interests prevail over short-term ambitions.
“Countries must help each other. The wind direction may change and neighboring countries will start to need help. If the Central European countries do not understand this, there can be no talk of stability, ”Orban said.
He noted that Serbia has shown great progress over the past seven years. Belgrade plays a key role in ensuring stability in the region, he said.
“In the near future, we may again face the problem of mass migration, which is well known to all of us. Hundreds of people began to leave Afghanistan. They cross the territory of Turkey without any problems, and from there they go to the Balkans. If there is a threat to security in the west of the Balkan Peninsula, then Hungary will also feel negative consequences, ”the Hungarian prime minister is sure.
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