Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Facebook on Thursday that voters should tick the boxes of anti-migration leaders on European Parliament ballot papers so that the bloc can protect itself "and the future of our children". In a video recorded in Sibiu, central Romania, on the sidelines of an informal summit of European Union leaders, Orban said discussions had been focused on Europe's future, but absent of the opinions of ordinary people, it would be impossible to draw any meaningful conclusions. "We'll become familiar with their opinions at the election," he said. "What we can definitely say today is that Hungary represents the view that migration must be stopped." EU leaders are discussing the bloc's strategic agenda for the period 2019-2024 at today's summit.