Orbán: EU rejects Christian heritage and promotes LGBT offensive
Hungary's Prime Minister has said that it is necessary to fight for Christian values and heritage, which are rejected in the European Union.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said during an address to a summer university at Băile Tușnad, a region of Romania, that the EU in every way conducts an LGBTQ offensive by rejecting Christian heritage, reports Euractiv.
According to Orbán, the Hungarian government "will continue to defend the country's Christian values despite the fact that many people like Europe".
"The EU rejects Christian heritage, carries out a replacement of its population via migration … and conducts an LGBTQ offensive," he said.
As reported, 16 EU countries signed a declaration on the protection and promotion of LGBT policies.