The president of Spain’s conservative party Vox, Santiago Abascal, visited Hungary to meet with Fidesz’s leader and Prime minister, Viktor Orbán, in Budapest. The two leaders came together to address Europe’s “Muslim migratory invasion.” Abascal was in Europe seeking knowledge and cooperation with other parties who believe that “protecting their borders is key for our future.”
RAIR Foundation Both Christian leaders are fighting to protect their country’s traditional European values from the threats posed by the European Union’s mass migration policies, multiculturalism, and globalism. Abascal and Orbán agreed that Europe needs national sovereignty, border protection, proper family policy, and respect for cultural roots.
Abascal made his respect for the Hungarian leader clear, “We are in Hungary to learn how to defend borders.”
The Vox leader expressed his concern to Orbán about the migrant invasion in Ceuta and Melilla, where tens of thousands of illegals sent by Morocco continue to invade their shores. In 2015 and 2016, a similar episode occurred in Hungary when Turkey opened its borders and allowed a wave of illegals to storm the Greek coasts and Balkan routes.
The European Union (EU) forces its 27 member states to accept all asylum applications despite the country’s overwhelmed and financially depleted systems:
“Rejections are illegal. Not everyone has the right to asylum, but everyone has the right to be treated according to our values. When people apply for asylum in the EU, they appeal to European values. And we must honor that appeal.”