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Orban: Europe’s future must not be determined by Brussels bureaucrats

Fidesz can have no place in a community which changes to become pro-immigration, forgets its Christian roots, fails to respect nations, and falls captive to Brussels bureaucrats, Viktor Orban said in an interview on Kossuth Radio.

Regarding to results of the European elections and his party's membership in the European People's Party (EPP), the prime minister said that Fidesz „will seek to preserve the EPP in its old form: as the party of Helmut Kohl, which respected nations, regarded Christianity as important, always took into consideration the interests of Central Europeans, and at the same time created an extremely dynamic European Union which, in that form, was good and useful for Hungary”.

He stressed that the Visegrad countries will ensure that their aims are realised when EU leadership positions are allocated.

Speaking about the boat disaster on the River Danube in Budapest, the PM said that the reason that the incident had shocked the country so much was that “those who died were our guests”, Kormany.hu reports.

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