Hungarian PM Orban says EU-Turkey migrant deal an ‘illusion’. (HD).
"We are begging Mr (Turkish President Recep Tayyip) Erdoğan submissively for security on our borders, in exchange for money and promises, because we can't protect them ourselves," Orban told Thursday's mass-selling German daily Bild.
"This is making Europe's future and security dependent on the goodwill of Turkey.""Brussels is making promises to the Turks that we can't keep - or don't want to keep. The plan to take in hundreds of thousands of refugees from Turkey and distribute them across Europe is an illusion," he said.
If Hungary agreed to this, he said, "they would tie me up on the flagpole here in Budapest". Read the full story here.