Hungary requests UN for international quotas on migrants

Hungary requests UN for international quotas on migrants

Migrants sleep at a transit camp in Gevgelija, Macedonia, after entering the country by crossing the border with Greece, September 24, 2015. European Union leaders could promise billions of euros in new funding for Syrian refugees at an emergency summit where they will also try to patch up bitter divisions over the migration crisis. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski - RTX1S6UT

UNITED NATIONS: Hungary called Tuesday for the United Nations on recognizing migrants to establish world-wide quotas, saying it was not fair for Europe to require a great number of refugees fleeing through Syria.

The hardline approach on migrants in Hungary, whose, said the proposition would be made by it officially on Wednesday at the United Nations.

“We propose that important players should bear some weight.”

“The important sources of the mass popular movement are states which became shaky due to international political conclusions. They are not made solely by Europe.”

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, that has criticized the sealing of its edges in Hungary, has convened a meeting for Wednesday on the disaster and has called to do more.

Yearly has been this by nearly 300,000 migrants have entered.

Most would like to head to northern Europe and arrived through porous Greece to the European Union, particularly Germany, which has welcomed refugees fleeing maltreatment in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere.

“Europe isn’t in a contour to accept countless thousands or even millions of financial migrants,” Szijjarto said.

“There are clear European regulations saying that member-states need to protect the outside edges,” he said.

Szijjarto said that other nations such as the United States — the world’s top total sponsor country of immigrants — has additionally built obstacles on boundaries.

“We’ve critics but no other ideas, no other options provided by the EU ministers,” he said.