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European leaders will be forced to bow to public opposition to migration and concern over terrorism threats in 2018, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after meeting Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies in the German region Friday afternoon.

Meeting the Christian Social Union (CSU)'s parliamentary group at a former monastery in Bavaria, the Hungarian leader told reporters that migration has become a "problem" for democracy in Europe because "leaders in many places are not doing what the people want them to."

"Europeans have a clear will," Orbán said, standing alongside CSU leader Horst Seehofer for the press conference. "They don't want to live under the threat of terrorism, they want security, they want their borders to be protected."


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