Kovacs: We prefer Kurz's proposal
"Closer to reality, but still too far away to receive an acceptable contour"
According to Kormany.hu, Kovacs said that "effective border protection that can be organised exists not only on dry land, but also at sea”. He added that there also exists an aspiration, which is primarily receiving support from Brussels and Germany, that is aimed at legalising migration.
“No agreement was reached at the summit, and it will indeed not be possible to come to an agreement with the conditions that are currently on the table”, he said, citing joint border protection and the establishment of a refugee agency as clear sticking points.