The Hungarian foreign minister, Peter Szijjarto, emphasized the importance of strengthening cooperation between Africa and Europe in the fight against terrorism during a speech in Rabat. He highlighted that European security is dependent on the security of Africa, and Europe is currently facing significant security challenges, such as terrorism and immigration pressures from Africa. Szijjarto criticized the European Union’s migration policies as irresponsible and praised Morocco for their cooperation in fighting illegal migration. He emphasized the need to eliminate the root causes of migration and terrorism to prevent further threats to security. Additionally, Szijjarto noted the strong economic and educational cooperation between Hungary and Morocco.
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