Migration is a top priority for all European countries in the European parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Cluj-Napoca, in north-western Romania, on Wednesday. Orban said a big issue concerning the future is whether divergent opinions on migration can be narrowed and European unity restored. In a lecture at the Hungarian Sapientia University of Transylvania, the prime minister said policy thinking on migration was divided between Europe's concept of "how to live together" and central European ideas about what must be done to ensure that "we do not have to live together". Orban said western Europeans wanted to paper over the differences and "let in a large number of migrants" and thereby restore European unity. "We believe this is a price not worth paying for European unity", he added.