According to the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the European Union should set up a "giant refugee city" on the Libyan coast for immigrants arriving from Africa and waiting for the right to asylum in the EU, reported Reuters.
Speaking at the summit on refugees in Vienna, Orban stressed that the EU external borders must be "under total control", including the Mediterranean region, in which Libya is of great importance.
The EU needs a new Libya policy, said Orban.
The Hungarian Prime Minister said that the main refugee inflow passes through the Libya coast because no state exists there. He called to preserve Libya’s unity by signing a new Libyan government agreement on cooperation.
Unless we preserve Libya as one and stabilize it we cannot create the gigantic refugee city by Libya's Mediterranean coast, he said.
Viktor Orban also said that it is important to involve Egypt in order to control migration inflows.