Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban issued statements on the refugee crisis in Europe and its financial effects on European countries, specifically Hungary.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban flagged a veto on Friday over possible European Union sanctions against Poland -a strong regional ally- then joined the head of Poland’s governing party in a meeting.
"The European Union should not think about applying any sort of sanctions against Poland, because that would require full unanimity and Hungary will never support any sort of sanctions against Poland," Orban told public radio in an interview.
Meanwhile, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban met on Wednesday with Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland's ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) leader and discussed the emerging Eurosceptic axis in central Europe.
The European Union should establish a new frontier on the northern border of Greece, because an agreement with Turkey will not be enough to stop hundreds of thousands of migrants from coming to Europe, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday.
Also, he criticised Germany’s attitude in regard to refugees, which welcomed a million refugees last year.
“I think the next line of defence that we need to build up lies on the northern border of Greece," Orban told public radio in an interview.
"I do not think that the deal with Turkey will be sufficient in itself," also he added.
The refugee crisis has led to the tightening of controls in the Schengen area, putting the freedom of movement in Europe under threat.