Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban noted that the European Union (EU) has blocked the 20 billion euros of funding it was supposed to provide and said, "No one in the world has the money to force us to hand over our children to LGBT activists."
In his post on X, Orban stated that his country cannot be blackmailed regarding EU funds, cannot be forced to take migrants into the country, and cannot be forced to hand over their children to LGBT organizations.
Orban's lgbt accusation against Von der Leyen
Prime Minister Orban also criticized European Union (EU) Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in the video he shared.
Stating that the funds of 20 billion euros in question belong to the Hungarian people and that this cannot be blocked, Orban claimed that Von der Leyen blocked the funds because they did not allow immigrants into the country and did not allow LGBT organizations.
Orban stated that he would not allow the problems in Western European countries due to immigrants to be experienced in his country.
'No one has the money to force us to hand over our children to LGBT activists'
Stating that there is not enough money in the world to force them to take migrants into the country, Orban said, "There is not enough money in the world to force us to leave our children or grandchildren in the hands of LGBT activists. This is impossible."