The Hungarian premier has warned European leaders of dream-walking on an increasingly divided continent, which is experiencing the worst refugee crisis since World War II.
Premier Viktor Orban told German newspaper Bild that Europe’s leaders are “living in a dream world” with “no clue” to the danger and scale of the crisis.
Viktor Orban said migrating refugees should be sent back once Hungary closes its borders on September 15.
When asked where to, the Hungarian premier answered “where they came from.”
He said he would propose to EU that the bloc provide Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey with 3 billion euros to help them stop the refugee outflows.