Venerdì 28 Ottobre 2016 - 13:30

Renzi replies to Hungary's Orban: Italy is not struggling with migrants

The Hungarian prime minister: "Renzi is nervous and struggling with the migrants issue and economy"

Renzi replies to Hungary's Orban: Italy is not struggling with migrants

Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi replied to the accusations from Hungarian premier Viktor Orban, who said that Renzi is "nervous and struggling" with the migrants issue and economy. "Premier Orban, who I had the chance to get to know, has an incorrect vision of Italy. It is not true that the deficit is increasing, it is actually decreasing, and it is not true that Italy is in a situation of difficulty and nervousness" on migrants, Renzi said in an interview with Radio Radicale. "I said something that didn't make Orban happy: either the EU acknowledges the agreements that the EU itself has signed, and so also Hungary takes in migrants or you know what? The Italian prime minister officially announces that he will veto any budget that does not include equal obligations and honors", Renzi concluded.

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