French President Emmanuel Macron upped his war of words with the nationalist leaders of Italy and Hungary on Wednesday, saying they were right to see him as their "main opponent" on migration.
His comment came after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Italy's far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini launched an anti-migration manifesto, name-checking Macron as their adversary.
"There are currently two camps in Europe and one is headed by Macron," Orban said after talks with Salvini in Milan on Tuesday.
"He is at the head of the political forces supporting immigration. On the other hand, we want to stop illegal immigration."
Macron has himself passed tough legislation on illegal immigration but blasted Italy and Hungary for their uncompromising stance on migrants while readily accepting EU development funding.