The Röszke railway track closed off – migrants are turned back

Monday, September 14, 2015

Police used a railway wagon to block the railway track that migrants have used up until now as the main entry point into the country.

Migrants that try to enter into the country through the railway track are turned back by police.

A few dozen migrants waiting on the Serbian side of the border trying to enter the country reporting MTI, and police are trying to convince them to turn back to Serbia.

In the meantime, the installation of the border fence's columns along the railway track continue as a police helicopter monitoring the state border - mounted police are also on the site.

MTI correspondent found that due to the ongoing measures No. 1 and No. 2 collection centers are almost deserted and much fewer migrants can be seen at Röszke collection points as well.

Most of the migrants who had entered the country before the border was closed off are staying at the railway station waiting for a train to take them to Győr.

(MTI – -


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