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Danish minister's incident shows migrants' violent tendencies

November 6th, 2017

A recent incident involving Denmark's immigration minister having to be rescued by police and security personnel from a crowd of angry migrants at a deportation centre is a clear example of how migrants often resort to violence, Hungary's foreign minister said on Monday. Speaking at a press conference, Peter Szijjarto said the incident reminded him of clashes between Hungarian police and a group of migrants on the southern border near Roszke in September 2015. He added, at the same time, that the incident at the Hungarian border had more serious consequences than the Danish one because it left some Hungarian police officers injured. Szijjarto said the tendency of migrants to use violence should not be ignored. MEPs should study footage of incidents such as the Danish one when they distribute illegal migrants among member states without an upper limit or security screenings, he added.


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