Austrian Red Cross meets refugees at Hungary border
Refugees on government-supplied buses from Budapest have started to arrive at Red Cross reception centers at the Austrian border. Meanwhile, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have proposed a rail corridor to Germany.
Austria’s Red Cross said it expected between 800 to 1,500 people to arrive in its refugee reception center of Nickelsdorf at the Hungarian border in the early hours of Saturday.
Late Friday, the Hungarian government announced it was sending a fleet of a hundred buses to take migrants still at Budapest’s Keleti railway terminal and those walking from Budapest on a highway toward the Austrian border.
“We are taking this step so Hungary’s transportation is not paralyzed during the next 24 hours,” said Janos Lazar, chief of staff for Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
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Source News: DW