On Nov. 11, in Poland, the country's president, Andrzej Duda, led a Polish independence day march along with government leaders.
The UN migration deal is set to be formally adopted at the UN conference in Morocco on December 10-11.
Another country Slovakia says No to the UN Migration pact.
For instance, Orban's government has been trying for years to hobble the Central European University in Budapest, founded by the Hungarian-born Jewish philanthopist George Soros.
The prime minister also noted that participation of Slovak Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak in the UN conference in Morocco may be canceled as the country has no plans to join the deal.
It was Orban, along with the leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, who torpedoed the EU policy on settling refugees after hundreds of thousands reached Europe in 2015.
Several EU countries including Austria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary and Poland have already announced that they would not be part of the UN global pact on migration.
“As the head of the government I reject the text of the migration deal and refuse to put it into effect in Slovakia,” Pellegrini told Slovak reporters after the meeting of the European Council in Brussels, as quoted by the Pravda newspaper.
Slovakia will not support U.N. migration pact: prime minister
The Czech prime minister, Andrej Babis, said the pact was a threat to his country's security and sovereignty.
The decision undermines the EU's common police and security policy, particularly since EU countries, including Hungary, have approved Macedonia as a candidate for membership.
#Slovakia refuses to sign UN migration deal – prime minister