Video: Does Brussels Want To Impose Migrant Relocation Quotas On Hungary?

  • 20 May 2019 10:59 AM
Video: Does Brussels Want To Impose Migrant Relocation Quotas On Hungary?
To sort out the truth from the tall tales, here's a video made by FRANCE24.

This short film concerns a poster created and propagated by Hungary's ruling Fidesz party. 

Source: FRANCE24

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