Hungary Vetoed EU Budget over Migration ‘Blackmail’: Orban

Budapest, Nov 18 (AFP/APP): Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his country vetoed the EU’s budget over plans to tie funding to respect for the rule of law, saying it amounted to “blackmailing”countries that oppose migration.

“In Brussels today, they only view countries which let migrants in as those governed by the rule of law,” Orban said in a statement, adding: “Once this proposal gets adopted, there will be no more obstacles to tying member states’ share of common funds to supporting migration and use of financial means to blackmail countries which oppose migration.”

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