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Viktor Orban l-a criticat dur pe Primul-Ministru Croat spunandu-i ca ii lasa pe imigranti sa treaca pentru ca este un stangist trimis de Internationala Socialista care crede ca "venirea imigrantilor e un lucru bun"
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Viktor Orban :"Când il au aud pe prim-ministru croat, le cer maghiarilor sa stie ca nu aud un croat, ci un trimis al Internaționalei Socialiste, care se presupune ca e trimis ca sa atace Ungaria"
BBC News - 2 October 2015 Hungary PM Orban lambasts Croatia counterpart over migrants
Hungary's Orban urges EU rethink on refugees
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban has said his Croatian counterpart is a leftist mouthpiece tasked with attacking Hungary, as a row over migrants grows.
He said Zoran Milanovic was an envoy of the Socialist International, whose members believed the current influx of migrants was "a good thing".
Tensions between the two nations have risen since Hungary erected a barbed wire fence on the Serbian border.
This forced migrants to go to Croatia, prompting criticism from Zagreb.
Hungary completed the construction of the fence along its 175km-long (109 miles) border with Serbia in September, and is now building a similar barrier on its border with Croatia.
Thousands of migrants - many of them fleeing conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa - have been arriving in the three countries as they seek to move to wealthier EU nations.
Last month, the 28-member EU agreed plans to relocate 120,000 migrants from Hungary, Greece and Italy.
Mr Orban has repeatedly stated that Europe's borders are threatened by migrants, who are "breaking the doors"
"When they hear the Croatian prime minister, I ask Hungarians not to hear a Croatian man but an envoy of the Socialist International who is supposed to attack Hungary," he added.
Mr Milanovic's Social Democratic Party is a member of the Socialist International.
Mr Orban has repeatedly stated that Europe's borders are threatened by migration, saying this is "breaking the doors" of the continent.
Last month, the government in Budapest was strongly criticised by the EU after Hungarian police used tear gas and water cannon to stop migrants breaking through the fence from Serbia.
Meanwhile, Mr Milanovic on Friday described Hungary's moves to erect a barbed wire fence on the Croatian border "nasty and inefficient".
"There is no point in talking about closing the border. You cannot close it," he told the BBC.
"If Hungary wishes to roll more rolls of barbed wire, then so be it. People are always able to circumvent it."
Eastern European countries are stressing the need to protect the EU's external borders and distinguish between economic migrants and refugees, says the BBC's Chris Morris in Brussels.
Meanwhile German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere repeated calls to limit the number of refugees coming into Europe. He proposed that the EU create "generous contingents where we take people from crisis regions into Europe without traffickers and distribute them across Europe".
Cine e Zoran Milanovic
Zoran Milanović (pronounced [zǒran milǎːnoʋit͡ɕ]; born 30 October 1966) is a Croatian politician and the Prime Minister of Croatia since 2011. He has been the leader and president of the Social Democratic Party of Croatia (SDP), the largest centre-left political party in Croatia, since 2007.
After graduating from the Zagreb Law School, Milanović started working in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He served as counselor at the Croatian Mission to the European Union and NATO in Brussels from 1996 to 1999. That same year he joined the Social Democratic Party. In 1998 he earned his master's degree in European Union law at the Flemish University in Brussels and was assistant Foreign Minister of the Republic of Croatia for political multilateral affairs in 2003.
He was the coordinator of the Social Democrats in the 4th constituency in 2006 and was elected party leader in June 2007, following the death of longtime leader and former Prime Minister Ivica Račan, running on a reformist platform.
After endorsing Ljubo Jurčić as the party's official candidate for Prime Minister, Milanović set out his goal of making SDP the largest political party in Parliament. In the 2007 general election the Social Democrats came in second and were unable to form a governing majority.
Despite losing the election, he was reelected party leader in 2008 and served as Leader of the Opposition until the next election cycle.
In 2011, Milanović initiated the formation of the Kukuriku coalition, uniting four major centre-left political parties in the country.
The coalition won the 2011 parliamentary election in a landslide, with SDP becoming the strongest party in Parliament.
Milanović became Prime Minister in December 2011, after Parliament approved his cabinet by a large majority.
The main agenda of his Premiership has been revitalizing the economy, with the most focus being on reforming government administration and bureaucracy, lowering the public debt and reforming the tax code.
Other major initiatives include finishing the ratification process and overseeing Croatia's entry to the EU and liberalizing the country's artificial insemination law.
A self-described social liberal, Milanović is a strong supporter of gender equality and LGBT equal rights(sursa : https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ Zoran_Milanovi%C4%87)
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