Hungary and Brazil share similar approaches to issues that pose dilemmas in world politics today, such as the need for action against migration and that discrimination against Christians is unacceptable, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Thursday. After meeting counterpart Ernesto Araujo, he told a joint press conference that this was the first occasion for a Brazilian foreign minister to hold talks in Hungary. Szijjarto said he had agreed with Araujo to coordinate their respective countries' actions in international forums. "We are proud to be among the six countries that voted against the United Nations Migration Compact," Szijjarto said, calling the package "the most dangerous document ever". "We reserve the right to decide who should enter and with whom we'll live together," he added. They highlighted the security impacts of migration. "This must be taken seriously," he said.