FM Péter Szijjártó: Hungary temporarily restore border controls at the Hungarian-Slovenian border

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Hungary temporarily restored border controls at the Hungarian-Slovenian border said Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Saturday.

According to information obtained by the government large shipments of illegal immigrants started arriving at the Hungarian - Slovenian border after Hungary sealed off the Hungarian - Croatian border on Friday.

"The reestablishment of border control has been carried out within the framework of the Schengen Convention" stressed Szijjártó indicating that border inspection on the Hungarian-Slovenian border will remain in force as long as the situation warrants.

The Hungarian government will notify the Slovenian Foreign Ministry and the European Commission of its decision.

Szijjártó had this to say: the Schengen rules have been jointly created and should be jointly observed. Hungary is able to fully comply with the Schengen regulations: "No one can enter the territory of Hungary, and no one can leave it by breach of European rules" he said.

The minister stressed that the government will protect the country and the Hungarian people from the massive, uncontrolled influx of migrants adding that the measure protects the common European rules and values as well.

The Hungarian-Croatian border was sealed off Friday at midnight. Government Spokesman Zoltán Kovács said in Zákány that the same border policing method has been introduced at the Croatian border as it was put into place at the Hungarian-Serbian border earlier.

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In mid-September twenty-eight European Masonic lodges have signed a joint statement calling on European leaders to allow unlimited immigration into Europe, and don't close the borders of the European Union; otherwise, divisions and conflicts will be created in the entire European Union. magazine emphasized that besides Western European Masonic lodges the joint statement was also signed by Greek and Italian masonic lodges.

The main immigration routes into Europe lead through Greece and Italy. Hungary was forced to construct border barriers at its southern border because Greece has no intention of controlling the influx of migrants into Europe from countries where international terrorist organizations have extensive networks and engaged in armed struggle against legitimate governments.

As the above statement indicates, the leaders of the European Union are subject to ideological pressure from "civil societies" as well. It is suspected that NATO also pressing the political leaders of the European Union to let unlimited number of migrants into Europe, which increase the risk of terrorism in Europe. This would allow NATO to redefine itself as a police force with licenses to interfere in the internal affairs of EU countries under the pretext of fighting terrorism like it was the case in Eastern Europe in the post-war period during the Soviet times.

(MTI – -


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