"Migrants are like wind turbines, everyone agrees that there is but nobody wants it to be next to him," said Sunday the President of the National Rally Marine Le Pen.
Asked about immigration, a subject at the heart of his campaign for the European elections in May, Marine Le Pen said he was on the same line with Italian far-right interior minister Matteo Salvini.
"Mateo Salvini does not want any more immigration, but he gives lessons to those who come to tell Italy: 'But how is that, it's shameful, you do not want any more migrants?' He says' well you want to take them, "she said during RTL / LeFigaro / LCI's" The Grand Jury "show.
And to add: "The migrants are like wind turbines, everyone agrees that there is but no one wants it to be next to home".
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– Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) April 14, 2019
"Protecting our national borders"
"I consider, like Matteo Salvini, that we must stop immigration and I am perfectly opposed, unlike the Republicans who vote in all circumstances, the forced relocation of migrants in countries that do not wish to welcome them" she explained.
According to her, "we need to protect our national borders – we can use Frontex not as a migrant agency, because that's what Frontex is today, but as a guardhouse European coastline that intervenes at the request of a state to come to help him face a massive influx at a given moment ".