Hungary’s prime minister hailed Friday Turkey’s role in treating migration issue, saying Turkey is key to stop migration flow to Europe.
Viktor Orban assessed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s one-day visit to Hungary on Thursday during his weekly speech in the national Kossuth Radio.
Orban said Hungary will be safe if Turkey sends the refugees to Syria instead of Europe.
"Without Turkey, migrant flow in millions heading for Hungary and Europe cannot be stopped," he stressed.
Orban recalled that billionaire investor George Soros had written that Europe needs one million migrants per year.
"Pro-migrant powers are working to remove President Erdogan from his position," Orban said.
He said if there is no power, stability, and safety in Turkey, this will cause millions of migrants to come to Europe and make the "dream" of pro-migrant powers real.