Hungary has completed the construction of a second fence along the border with Serbia to prevent the penetration of illegal migrants. This was announced by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, reports Reuters.
In an interview with state radio, he said that the 155-kilometer barrier reaches three meters in height and capable of stopping “any mass of people.”
Orban also urged the EU to be “less critical” is adjusted in relation to Turkey, cooperation with which in the issue of countering illegal migration, Brussels hopes so.
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“Turkey is a NATO member and therefore our ally. Therefore, we should not treat Turkey as if it is not our ally. We must pay tribute to the Turkish people and its President”, – said the Prime Minister of Hungary.
In March 2017, Ankara has threatened the EU sending more than 10 thousand refugees per month.