Hungarian Prime Minister Orban accuses EU of ‘LGBT attack’ | In the world | Politics

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has once again criticized the European Union’s unconventional values, saying Brussels is staging an “LGBT offensive” instead of solving pressing problems, Reuters reported.

“The EU rejects the Christian heritage, replaces its population through migration… and launches an LGBT offensive,” said the Hungarian premier during a speech in Romania.

According to the politician, his government will fight to the last for Christian morality and will defend its roots.

Orban has been in power since 2010 and periodically criticizes the European Union for its excessive tolerance. Also, with his active support, Hungary passed a law in 2021 banning the use in schools of materials that can be perceived as propaganda of same-sex relationships, as well as textbooks that talk about gender reassignment.

Thus, the politician protected the country’s children from the imposition of alien morality on them, but at the same time entered into a conflict with the European Union.

In his speech, Orban also said he has hopes for the upcoming European Parliament elections and hopes that figures will come to power who will help strengthen governments within the bloc.

Earlier, Viktor Orban ridiculed EU leaders who demand additional contributions from community members due to lack of funds due to funding for Ukraine.