Orban: Refugee crisis is ‘a German problem’
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has defended the way his government has dealt with an unprecedented wave of migrants. This came as thousands of people seeking to reach Germany remained stranded in Budapest.

Speaking at a press conference in Brussels on Thursday, Prime Minister Orban told reporters that his government had taken all steps possible to comply with European Union regulations in dealing with an ongoing influx of migrants traveling through Hungary on the way to western Europe.

He also said that this meant that under the EU’s so-called Dublin rules, Budapest was required to register all migrants who arrived in Hungary from outside of the bloc, before they were allowed to travel further within the border-free Schengen zone.

This appeared to be an indication that a few thousand would-be migrants stranded in the Hungarian capital would be allowed to board trains bound for Germany, at least for the time being.

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