Quotas would affect most Hungarian cities

We do not want them to lay the foundations of future no-go areas here, Domotor says

MH – 2018.03.14. 08:22 –

The introduction of the mandatory quotas prescribing the resettlement of migrants would affect most Hungarian cities and settlements, the Parliamentary State Secretary of the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, Csaba Domotor said at a press conference on Tuesday, Kormany.hu reports.

Domotor said Brussels intends to make a decision on the mandatory relocation of migrants within the next few months, and this would affect most Hungarian cities and settlements because the quotas also mean distribution within the country, and according to international examples this leads to extremely severe local conflicts.

“We do not want them to lay the foundations of future no-go areas here, there are more than enough of them in Europe”, the Parliamentary State Secretary stated.