Enemy of the state: Viktor Orban accused Soros of organizing migration through the Balkans

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Obran today accused the American financier George Soros and his network of organizing migration through the Balkans, according to Tanyug (state news agency of Serbia).

Enemy of the state: Viktor Orban accused Soros of organizing migration through the Balkans

In an interview with Kossuth public radio on Friday morning, Orban said the organizations funded by George Soros are involved in organizing the migration, according to the Hungarian national news agency MTI.

Orban called Soros “the number one oligarch in the world”, which finances NGOs, groups and activists in networks that, he said, look like a mafia. He also said that “the politicians Soros rents” are in favor of migration, while Hungary is against.

Yesterday, the Hungarian government decided to double the number of troops on its southern border with Serbia, the cabinet of Prime Minister Viktor Orban reports.

The head of the cabinet of the Prime Minister of Hungary said that the pressure of migrants increased in this area when 80 migrants tried to break through the fence. Five migrants were arrested and criminal proceedings were instituted against them.

If found guilty, they will be deported from Hungary, reports MTI. The head of the cabinet added that, the situation on the southern border of Hungary has worsened, and it is expected that in the coming period the pressure will remain significant. According to him, currently there are 100,000 migrants on the Balkan route.

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