Hungary sees a good chance that the European Union migrant quota system "could be postponed or even changed", the head of the Prime Minister's Office said on Thursday. At last week's meeting of EU interior ministers, only five states fully supported Bulgaria's proposal for the binding redistribution of migrants, Gergely Gulyas noted at a weekly press briefing on Thursday. Fully 16 member states rejected it, he said, adding that a shift towards Hungary's standpoint was discernable. "We have more allies now than we had a few years or even a few months ago." The government trusts the proposal will not be accepted at the June 28-29 European Council meeting focused on migration, Gulyas said.