European countries are causing the mass invasion of that continent because they continue to pay “large social welfare” benefits to nonwhites who move there, and this mass movement will not stop until these cash payouts stop, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.
In a statement released following talks with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Moscow, Putin said that the “European Union should address immigration and should not expect the problem to somehow fix itself.
““If one encourages migration with large social benefits and other bonuses, why should this flow ever stop?” the Russian president said.
“Yet it’s up to our colleagues in Europe to decide for themselves what is better for Europe and Europeans.”
He pointed out that the invasion was “steady,” but that the invaders’ countries of origin appear to change as the time passes.
“At first, it was people from Syria, from Iraq, from other countries of the Middle East. Now, it’s Sub-Saharan Africa,” Putin said.
Russia is also facing “migration challenges, but these are quite different to the ones affecting Europe,” according to Putin.
Russia does not have shared borders with countries from which refugees flock, and the majority of those who do enter the country are from post-Soviet states. Many of those people speak the Russian language, and are easier to integrate into Russian society, the president added.
“There are lots of problems [in Russia] as well. Including in the job market,” Putin stated.
Europe, in its turn, faces an inflow of people from an entirely different culture, which makes their adaptation a “very complex” process. “Such problems must be solved within the European Union itself,” he added.