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Hungary’s foreign minister: ‘Migration is dangerous’

At a meeting of the UN's Human Rights Council in Geneva, Hungary's foreign minister Peter Szijjarto defended Hungary's approach to tackling immigration. "Migration is dangerous. Migration can be bad very easily and it is not unstoppable.

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