According to the Chief Security Advisor to the Prime Minister, one of the United Nations’ functionaries is disregarding the Hungarian courts and Hungary’s rule of law when she criticises the court’s ruling in the case of Ahmed H.

György Bakondi was asked on Hungarian M1 current affairs television with relation to the fact that, in her letter to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism Fionnuala Ní Aoláin wrote that the rights of Ahmed H., who has been convicted of committing and act of terrorism in Hungary, have been violated.

The Special Rapporteur is “a close ally of the Soros empire”, Mr. Bakondi said.

According to the Chief Advisor, the UN official made a surprising statement in view of the fact that the legally binding rulings of courts are not usually disputed, and the court sentenced Ahmed H. to a term in prison for committing an act of terrorism. “The Government rejects this statement in the strongest possible terms”, he highlighted.

Mr. Bakondi said he hopes the claims made in the letter mirror the private opinion of the Special Rapporteur, and not one of the consequences of the UN Global Compact for Migrations.

He also noted that there is nowhere to extradite Ahmed H.; Cyprus his former place of residence, does not want to admit him, and neither do any other countries.

The Syrian man was sentenced to five years in prison for participating in the riot at the Röszke border crossing point in September 2015.

(Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister/MTI)