The decision comes into effect today.
Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó announced on October 17 that Hungary temporarily restored border controls on the Hungarian-Slovenian border as there was a serious risk that migrants try to enter the territory of Hungary through Slovenia.
The temporary border control was implemented within the framework of the Schengen Convention; then, Szijjártó stressed that inspections will remain in force as long as the situation warrants.
Since then, Slovenia completed a close to 100km long fence on the Slovenian – Croatian border removing the threat of a migrant invasion from the neighboring country.
(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)