Chief Security Advisor to the Prime Minister György Bakondi called the sexual coercion committed in the centre of Budapest by an Afghan refugee in the small hours of Sunday morning outrageous.

In the name of the Government, Mr. Bakondi asked the investigating authority to apply all possible resources towards apprehending the Afghan perpetrator.

“It is proven every day that immigration represents a danger to Europe and to the security of the European people”, Mr. Bakondi said on Monday in a statement to Hungarian news agency MTI.

As he explained, this case fits into a serious of hundreds of similar attacks that have been committed throughout Europe.

“We must recognise that Christian and Muslim culture approaches women and the respect of women in different ways. Europe Christian culture respects, appreciates and protects women, and the authorities must do everything possible to apprehend the perpetrator as soon as possible”, he added.

“Public safety figures are falling in those European countries that have a large proportion of migrants, while there is major political pressure on Hungary and the Hungarian Government to conform to the so-called European mainstream demanded by the ‘Soros NGOs’, instead of continuing with its effective border protection. These organisations and the international institutions that are their allies want us to allow entry to the migrants, and to even review previously rejected asylum requests”, Mr. Bakondi pointed out.

“However, Hungary will not be changing it position; this is the will of the Hungarian people as voiced with a great majority at both the National Consultation and this year’s elections, and the Hungarian Government will continue to consistently practice and represent this policy”, he declared.

According to the police report, ad 3 o’clock in the morning on Sunday an 18-year-old Afghan refugee named Sarhadi Bilal Ahmad forced a woman to endure a sexual act in the toilet of a fast food restaurant in Budapest’s 5th District, after which he fled the scene. A major search for the man is ongoing, and a European arrest warrant has been issued against him in case he escapes abroad.

According to a statement issued by the Budapest Police Authority on Monday, the Afghan man is already wanted on suspicion of two counts of indecent exposure for exposing himself in an indecent manner on two occasions in central Budapest on the night of 1 June and the morning of 20 June in Dohány Street and Király Street, respectively.

(Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister/MTI)