Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban confirmed his credentials as an anti-migration and Islamophobic leader by warning European People' s Party delegates meeting in Malta that the EU should defend itself from a looming "invasion of Muslim migration."

Stepping up his anti-migration rhetoric, Orban said migration turned out to to be the Trojan horse of terrorism, a short-term solution to labour shortages and a business for NGOs.

Calling for reception centres for asylum seekers to be set up in Libya, Orban said EU countries should take Hungary's example and defend borders by putting up walls.

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