Two tunnels found in Hungary on Serbian border

Illegal border crossings on the rise in recent months

29 November, 18:30

    (ANSAmed) - BELGRADE, NOVEMBER 29 - Hungarian police have discovered two tunnels used by migrants to enter the country from Serbia.

    In this way the migrants had been able to get around the metal and barbed-wire barrier build by Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban during the 2015 migration crisis along the Balkan route. Serbian media said that one of the tunnels had been found in the town of Asotthalom in southern Hungary, not far from the Serbian border, where 44 migrants were found while using the tunnel. The other one was discovered in the town of Csikeria. According to the head of Orban's cabinet, Djerdjerli Guljas, over the past few months the number of migrants entering Hunabray illegally through its southern border with Serbia has risen. (ANSAmed).

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