Orbán: ‘Migrants’ threaten Europeans’ lifestyle

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Europe has been “inundated”, however, it does not yet feel the weight of the challenges that have been placed on its culture, lifestyle and the order it has become accustomed to, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said yesterday at the World Science Forum in Budapest, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported.

(Photo: Official Facebook page of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán)

Addressing the forum, the prime minister said “this new challenge could break down our lives as we now know them and bury us, so the stakes are high”. According to Orbán the current crisis Europe is facing could drastically limit our opportunities and we may not have enough strength and knowledge to continue in the usual way of doing things.

The four-day event held every two years has brought together scientists from more than 100 countries. Topics of the conference include international cooperation in combatting climate change and natural disasters, recent epidemics and the global health hazards they pose. The conference is scheduled to close with a plenary session in the Hungarian Parliament on Saturday, to be addressed by President János Áder and UNESCO chief Irina Bokova.

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