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Italy: Orban offers Rome help with migrant repatriations at 'Atreju' far-right meeting

0 22.09.2019 Инфо

M/S Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arriving at Atreju meeting, Rome
M/S Audience
W/S Orban gets on stage
W/S Audience applauding
SOT, Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary (Hungarian): "Hungary is well prepared to help Italy with migration. There is one thing we cannot help with. And that is if the migrants are taken by Hungary. But we can help if you are determined to defend your borders. And if you are willing to repatriate immigrants, we will try to help with repatriation. Shared distribution, not. Shared repatriation would be very good."
W/S Audience applauding
SOT, Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary (Hungarian): "If Prime Minister Conte asks us that we repatriate immigrants from Italy to their countries, we will be willing to help you."
C/U Audience members listening to Orban
SOT, Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary (Hungarian): "We think that there will be no cultural enrichment, there will be no integration, and we will not live together, we will live on the opposite side of the other. And one group will represent a threat to the other and vice versa. There will be public safety problems."
C/U Audience members listening to Orban
M/S Orban holding a ATREJU 2019 t-shirt
M/S Audience members with Hungarian flag
M/S Orban given sculpture as gift
W/S Audience
M/S Attendees with Hungarian flag
M/S Poster former US President Barack Obama
M/S Poster the Mayor of Riace Mimo Lucano
M/S Posters
W/S Posters
W/S Attendees
SCRIPT
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his country was ready to help Italy to repatriate migrants, speaking at the annual far-right' Atreju' meeting in Rome on Saturday.
"If you are willing to repatriate immigrants, we will try to help with repatriation. Shared distribution, not. Shared repatriation would be very good," said Orban.
"If Prime Minister Conte asks us that we repatriate immigrants from Italy to their countries, we will be willing to help you," he added.
"We think that there will be no cultural enrichment, there will be no integration, and we will not live together, we will live on the opposite side of the other. And one group will represent a threat to the other and vice versa. There will be public safety problems," said the Hungarian leader.