An estimated 1,000 refugees set off from Keleti Railway Station shortly after noon today. Members of the crowd said they would walk to Vienna, according to reports.
It is the responsibility of Hungary to show strength in protecting its borders and a bad idea to agree to taking a certain quota of refugees, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said this morning in his fortnightly interview with state-owned Kossuth radio. “We can’t let everyone in, this would be the end of Europe,” he said.
While there are few Hungarian women in corporate leadership and in the IT field, three bosses of major businesses show this is a situation that can change.
Refugees were protesting loudly this morning after spending the night on a train stopped in Bicske yesterday, interrupting its journey Sopron near the Austrian border, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. The refugees have refused to leave train to be taken to the nearby refugee facility.
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