They include a lifetime income tax exemption for women who give birth to at least four children.
Orban said such policies are "Hungary's answer" to downward demographic trends, "not immigration."
Orban repeated his assertion that European Union leaders in Brussels want to fill Europe with migrants from other continents.
With European Parliament elections set for May, he said that unchecked immigration would create "mixed populations" in countries that Muslims eventually would dominate and Christians quickly would become a minority.
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