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Szijjarto: Education, regional stability key to ending illegal migration

April 11th, 2019

Providing pathways to education to people in need and stabilising countries near warzones are key steps to eliminating the problem of mass illegal migration, Hungary's foreign minister said in New York on Thursday. Addressing the partnership forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), Peter Szijjarto outlined four elements he said were crucial to handling illegal migration. Would-be migrants need to be given a competitive education, and in order to achieve this, the international community must launch scholarship programmes, Szijjarto told the forum. The world must also create the conditions for persecuted communities to remain in their homelands, he said. Troubled regions should receive technological assistance and the world must help stabilise countries around warzones, the minister added.


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