Will Slovakia follow its Central European neighbors and reject the UN Migration Compact?
The ruling coalition is divided as the pro-UN Foreign Minister clashed with the SNS, who want to follow the example of Austria and Hungary.
“It is a non-European attitude,” said Slovak Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Lajčák in reaction to Austria and Hungary. Of course, as a committed globalist and one of the creators of the UN document, Lajčák stands behind it.
However, Lajčák is out of the mainstream in Slovakia and erroneously tries to imply that the EU’s favorable position somehow represents Europe’s best interests. This is sheer propaganda. Many European nation states are adamantly opposed to the agenda of Brussels regarding migration.
Lajčák is another EU opportunist desperately looking for ‘EU Solidarity’ where it does not exist.
In Slovakia, Lajčák was widely criticized for his reckless statement.
The Slovak National Party (SNS) was first to speak against the document and Lajčák’s attitude to it. Its deputy chairman Jaroslav Paška opined that Lajčák’s attitude towards the document is only his personal view and does not reflect the attitude of Slovakia.
* The V4 Report agrees. Both Lajčák and President Kiska would like to distance Slovakia from Visegrad in order to embrace the so-called EU Core of France and Germany.
However, Slovakia’s culture is Visegrad and Central Europe, not the multicult streets and No-Go-Zones of Paris and Brussels.
The government of Slovakia would be wise to reject this UN monstrosity. Lajčák is representing the agenda of UN “stakeholders”, not the best interests of Slovakians.