Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Oban has suggested other European nations should "defend" Greece's borders from refugees, as he arrived for a summit of EU leaders in Brussels.
Mr Oban, whose country opposed plans for the distribution of 120,000 refugees from Greece and Italy on Tuesday, told reporters: "I think if the Greeks are not able to depend their own borders, we should ask kindly - because Greece is a sovereign country - let other countries of the European Union defend the Greek border."
Mr Oban has been an outspoken critic of the EU's handling of the refugee crisis, and has said he will propose a global contingent to deal with it at the UN next week.
The latest EU emergency summit has to done very little to solve the refugee crisis other than create bitter arguments between members.
European leaders have been told their collective pledge of more than one billion euros will not end an accelerating refugee crisis.
Mahmoud Elawi enjoyed a comfortable life before war turned his family's life upside down. Now he wants to thank Britain for its compassion.