For the last two years, Hungary can be viewed as a transit zone, located on the route of thousands of refugees coming from Africa, the Middle East and the war-torn region of Syria. However, this country is rarely the final destination for many of these people, as Western Europe still remains the primary yearned target. The Hungarian government ordered the mounting...
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