Chances of the European Union coming to a unified stance on the United Nations' migration package are zero, the government office chief said on Thursday. Janos Lazar said two UN documents were being discussed. He said agreement on what to do in the case of refugees had emerged -- and Hungary would comply with all international conventions on this score -- but a consensus had not formed on the issue of economic migrants. The UN has come out heavily on the side of migration, he said, adding that the Hungarian view was that migration is damaging. "Everyone has the right to live amid peace and security in the land of their birth," he said.