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Budapest: Hungary’s former Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who is now a contender to become president of Hungary, is also a staunch proponent of the building of a wall along the northern border with Ukraine, Budapest newspaper Stara Pest reported.
“There is really only one way to keep the illegal immigrants out of our country,” Orbán was quoted as saying in the newspaper on Tuesday.
The former Prime Minister said it is necessary to “build” a wall along the border with Ukraine, “because we must protect our identity”, adding that it is necessary to ensure the security of Hungary and its citizens.
“There are tens of thousands of illegal immigrants in the Hungarian capital city of Budapest that have no respect for Hungarian human rights. These are human rights violations, that should not just be tolerated in Europe, they should be punished in Hungary.”
According to Orbán, Hungary’s borders must be guarded against “the invasion of the non-Hungarian and illegal immigration”.
Hungarian authorities in recent weeks have begun constructing a fence along the border at the entry point between Romania and Hungary, which the government says is to provide for the integration of migrants seeking to enter the country illegally.
The fence will be around 1km high and 300m long, along the Hungary-Serbia border. This is despite Hungary wanting to keep control of its own borders, especially with Ukraine due to the instability it has brought about in the country.
The border fence being constructed along Ukraine’s eastern border with Russia was also seen by Hungarian authorities as a threat to the national security of Hungary.
Hungarian security officials are worried the construction of the fence and the Russian presence in Ukraine could make it too difficult for the Hungarian community to survive.
On Monday it was reported that Hungarian President Janos Ader had sent letters to European leaders demanding they stop the building of fences between Hungary and the rest of the Schengen area.
On Tuesday afternoon, Prime Minister Viktor Orban also expressed his concerns over the building of the fence along the border with Germany.
“If you build [a fence] along the