Orban says EU 'incapable' on immigration

Hungarian PM calls EU immigration 'a German problem'

(ANSA) - Brussels, September 3 - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday said the EU is "incapable of managing the situation" of immigration in Europe, following a meeting with European Parliament President Martin Schulz. A public announcement on Thursday at Budapest's main train station told passengers that international trains to Western Europe are suspended "indefinitely", the BBC said. This came following a two-day stand-off in Budapest, where unregistered asylum seekers camped in front of the station that closed its doors to them.
    Orban said EU immigration "isn't a European problem, it's a German problem".
    "Everyone wants to go to Germany. No one wants to stay in Hungary, Slovakia, or Estonia," Orban said.


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