Lázár: Hungary could build fence on Romanian border, if necessary

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There is a real risk of “migrants” appearing at the Romanian-Hungarian border, and a fence could be built there “if necessary”, Hungary’s Cabinet Chief János Lázár said yesterday at a residential forum in Makó, Hungarian online daily origo.hu reported.

The Hungarian Defense Force (MH) is stationing “significant powers” in the barracks of Hódmezővásárhely, and Hungarian forces are being helped by their Czech and Slovak counterparts, Lázár said, according to origo.hu.

“If necessary, they will be able to construct a border closure on the relevant stretch,” Lázár said, adding that the government will stave off “migrants” entering the area of Makó, origo.hu reported.

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