Croatia to force Hungary to accept refugees
Posted : Sep 20th 2015 4:53am by Author1
News Serial Number : TOT29
Sept 19, Budapest: The Croatian authorities have stated that they will force Hungary to accept refugees on Saturday. Zoran Milanovic's statement issued on Saturday stated that the latest in an increasingly bad-tempered exchange of views over how to handle the migrant influx.Hungary has accused Croatia of breaking international law by not registering migrants - one minister reportedly calling Mr Milanovic "pathetic".
According to Croatian authorities over 20,000 migrants have entered since Wednesday.Some 8,000 passed into Hungary on Friday, the Hungarian authorities said. New busloads began arriving at the Beremend border crossing on Saturday, with the migrants offloaded and transferred to Hungarian buses.
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