Some 6,644 refugees arrive in Hungary yesterday
Wikimedia Commons/Délmagyarország/Schmidt Andrea
Hungarian authorities registered 6,644 unauthorized border crossings into Hungary yesterday, data published on the official website of the Hungarian Police revealed this morning.
Construction of the fence on the Serbian border in late August. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Délmagyarország/Schmidt Andrea)
The majority of illegal border crossers were registered at the Croatian-Hungarian border, precisely 6,496, while 145 illegal border crossings were registered at the Serbian-Hungarian border, where Hungary has built a fence as a “temporary measure”.
On Monday, a total of 5,335 “illegal border crossings” into Hungary were registered – 5,224 on the Croatian border and 110 on the Serbian border.
Data from the Hungarian Police revealed that a total of 287,386 “incidents against illegal migrants” have taken place in the country since the beginning of the year.
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