Hungary's Orban sees 'more meaningful' EU migration debates

Hungary's prime minister expects "more meaningful" debates on migration in the European Union after a "successful" meeting in Brussels

BUDAPEST, Hungary -- Hungary's prime minister expects "more meaningful" debates on migration in the European Union after a "successful" meeting in Brussels.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday described European Commission President-elect Ursula von der Leyen as a "serious lady" who has "serious experience and courageous thinking" and "understands what is happening in Central Europe."

Orban supported von del Leyen's candidacy over Manfred Weber and Franz Timmermans, whom he said were "ideological guerrillas."