Government plans to build ‘comfortable’ tent camps
The Hungarian government is planning to build the first tent refugee camp near Nagybaracska and Nagyfa, where illegal immigrants arriving to the country would be accommodated, Hungarian daily Napi Gazdaság reported today.
Undocumented immigrants seen near the Serbian border recently. (Photo: MTI)
The paper also said that the tent camps will have “supplementary” buildings as well, where immigrants will be able to bathe. According to the daily, the Hungarian government promised “comfortable conditions” for the immigrants in the proposed tent camp.
In the mid-July it was reported that the Hungarian government was planning to close refugee camps located in residential areas and transfer refugees to camps equipped with tents.
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