“It is important that the Hungarians vote for a party alliance that has successfully established security”, Chief Security Advisor to the Prime Minister György Bakondi said on Hungarian M1 television’s Tuesday evening current affairs program.

Mr. Bakondi said that although migration pressure is lower than it was in 2015, special attention must still be paid to immigrants.

The Chief Security Advisor said that according to Western European mainstream media, illegal migration has come to an end, and the Hungarians would therefore do better to demolish the security fence.

With relation to the European Parliament elections, m. Bakondi said: “What is important to us is that as many Hungarians as possible go out to vote, and vote for a party alliance that has successfully established security through its consistent politics and was capable of protecting the border, but was also capable of showing solidarity towards people who have found themselves in a difficult situation, for instance in the Middle East”.

(Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister/MTI)