European Commission denied the allegations of “conspiracy” with Soros

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — The European Commission blamed the Hungarian government for a campaign to disinform the population about alleged conspiracy with financier George Soros to increase migration to Europe, promulgating a detailed response on Thursday to Budapest.

Hungary has a tough anti-immigration policy, opposing the mandatory quota for the distribution of migrants. In addition, Budapest refused to sign the UN Global Migration Pact.

A big controversy in Brussels was caused by billboards with the image of the head of the EC Jean-Claude Juncker and the scandalous financier George Soros that appeared in Hungary.

“It’s decided to publish a response today after the Hungarian government launched a campaign called“ You also have the right to know what Brussels is planning. ”The EC agrees that citizens really deserve to know the truth about what the EU is doing. not fiction,” the EC statement said.

According to the executive board, the Hungarian campaign “distorts the truth and seeks to portray a grim picture of a secret conspiracy to encourage migration to Europe.”

“The truth is that there is no conspiracy. The statements made by the Hungarian government are at best completely incorrect or misleading at best. And none of this has anything to do with George Soros. Therefore, the commission would like to clarify this issue, point by point,” said the EC.

The EC denied allegations of an intention to “introduce mandatory resettlement quotas,” stating that the resettlement of refugees has always been and always will be “on a strictly voluntary basis.” European officials also disagree with the thesis that they allegedly want to “weaken the rights of member states to protect their borders,” “facilitate immigration using visas for migrants” or “give even more money to organizations that support immigration.”

“The European Commission does not plan to introduce humanitarian visas. The EC does not cooperate with any organizations that promote illegal migration. EU assistance does not encourage migration, but only helps refugees already in Greece,” retorted in Brussels.

The EC also refuted the claim that they “want to cut funding for countries opposing immigration,” saying that EU funding is in no way connected with the support or opposition of migration.

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