Orban - Hungary will close border with Serbia and employ more than 3.000 refugee hunters

HUNGARY IS PREPARING FOR THE NEW REFUGEE WAVE: On the border with Serbia sends more than 3,000 refugee hunters !!

Hungarian police hired 3,000 "migrant hunters" who will patrol the border with existing police and military forces.

The new recruits will carry pistols with live ammunition, tear gas, handcuffs, batons and protective equipment, and will start from May to work.

The training will last for 6 months, and will include a series of psychological and physical tests, and all recruits must have more than 18 years. Monthly salary will be about 542 dollars the first two months and then will be increased.

In October this year, Hungary is expected referendum on mandatory quotas for the deployment of migrants in countries of the European Union. The question of the referendum will be: "Do you want the EU to provide for the compulsory settlement of non-Hungarian nationals in Hungary, even without the consent of Parliament?".

Hungary has already sued the EU to the European Court of Justice for the former Brussels plan to deploy 120,000 people seeking asylum in EU member states.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said earlier that it will vote "no" will vote "in favor of the independence of Hungary and the rejection of compulsory settlement plan."

Also, The Hungarian government plans to send 3,000 more police officers on its southern border, with Serbia and Croatian, to respond to the pressure of migrants who want to reach Western Europe, said the Hungarian Minister of State for Government Communication Bence Tužon.

These forces will be deployed at the border permanently, he said, adding that Tužon will primarily be intensified border patrols, news agency MTI.

He stated that the Hungarian Ministry of the Interior is responsible for recruiting and training, which will begin soon.

Hunt refugees for € 710 salary !!

Hungarian police announced advertisement for hiring 3,000 "migrant hunters" to assist about 10,000 police officers and soldiers who now patrol along the border with Serbia.

The new recruits will, like police, have guns with real bullets and pepper spray, batons, handcuffs and protective equipment, reports today Bi-Bi-Si.

The number of migrants who try to cross the Hungarian-Serbian border is currently stagnating at less than 200 a day.

The new keepers will start to work in May next year, and before that need to undergo a six-month training, police said.

Applicants must be over 18 years old, in good physical condition and must pass a psychological test, told the Hungarian state television cop Žolt Požgaj and added that the guardians of the first two months have a salary of 150,000 forints (480 euros), and thereafter 220,300 forints (about 710 euros).

Serbian Prime minister - Serbia will not close borders for refugees

Since the begining of the refugee crisis, Serbia didn't close borders, and as long as I'm in the office, that is not going to happen, says Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic, and add:

We have very good cooperation with Hungary and I'm sure that problem of refugees will be solved soon.

Here come the cold days: What will happen to the migrants?

BELGRADE - With the impending arrival of autumn and winter migrant crisis comes again in the focus of interest and gains in intensity - Croatia and Hungary announced raising of additional physical barriers on the border with Serbia, and on the subject will meet tomorrow in Belgrade premiere of Serbia and Hungary, Aleksandar Vucic, Viktor Orban.

Once the migrant crisis in the past year and caused serious tensions among the Balkan countries, as well as complete, though short-lived, border closures, such as those between Croatian and Serbian, closing the "Balkan route" at the end of March is not completely stopped the flow of migrants, nor dampen their desire to get hold of the rich countries of Western Europe, said, local news.

Although he arrived in Zagreb earlier statement by outgoing Foreign Minister Miro Kovac's Croatia would raise the fence on the border with Serbia, Interior Minister of that country Blaise Orepic said that the fence will not even be "Croatia now defend the borders of the EU."

Croatia, he added, very well in this crisis cooperate with its neighbors.

Hungary raises new fence

While Croatia your announcements to raise the fence on the border with Serbia, however mitigated, Hungary, which has its limits already girded with barbed wire and whose government boasted of sealing the border with Serbia, announced in recent days to raise new wire on the border with southern neighbor.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that it is planned to build another fence on the southern border with Serbia, to prevent the entry of migrants.

The new fence, which will be built next to the existing, strengthen the defense in order to prevent a possible influx of hundreds of thousands of people if the Turkish policy towards migrant comes to change.

"During the technical preparations for raising more comprehensive defense system in addition to the existing line of defense that (last year) was built quickly," said Orban.

Despite criticism from the EU because of the policy towards refugees on account of Hungary, its fences significantly reduced the influx of migrants.

"If it does not work good words, we have to stop them by force and we will do that," said Orban speaking about migrants.

He added, as it reminds us that Hungary will intensify and police presence from 44,000 to 47,000, of which 3,000 will be permanently deployed on the southern border.

In the shadow of the announcement, Prime Minister Viktor Orban tomorrow will stay in visit to Serbia by the end of the year, probably in the fall, will be held a joint session of the two governments announced in Budapest after meeting ministers of the two governments Sijarto Peter and Jadranka Joksimovic.

Speaking at a joint press conference with his counterpart Sijarto, Minister Joksimovic said briefly that Serbia will continue its policy of humanitarian access to the migrant crisis, but also to Hungary understands and agrees that the EU needs a comprehensive policy that will relieve the so-called "Balkan route".

"Serbia has done a lot since the beginning of the migrant crisis, and with Hungary have a very good cooperation. There will be challenges and it is therefore important regular communication," she said.

On the other hand, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said at the informal ministerial meeting of the OSCE on Thursday that the OSCE should be able to adopt a document based on consensus, which would send a clear message about the importance of the challenges of migration and refugee flows.

"We support the strengthening of dialogue and cooperation in the field of migration management in the OSCE region, as well as with partners in cooperation. We also actively strive to make progress in strengthening the OSCE instruments for addressing the challenges related to migration," Dacic said at the meeting Potsdam, and announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia.

The challenges of migration and refugee flows remain a priority, but no country is able to transcend itself a number of security challenges that threaten to common security, and these challenges require a common, urgent and coordinated responses, said Dacic.

In Serbia it should not be more than 6,000 migrants

Serbia is currently more than 4,000 migrants from Syria and the middle east, and during the winter this number should not exceed 6,000, said Assistant Commissioner for Refugees and Migration, Serbia Danijela Popovic Rocco.

She explained that Serbia provides reception of migrants, their care, first aid and accommodation. They are placed in the center, and many of them live very short, because their intention is to go beyond the EU countries, she explained.

And according to the Minister of Labour Aleksandar Vulin, migrant routes through Serbia is still ongoing, but the influx of migrants is much smaller than before.

Entry into Serbia permitted all migrants seeking asylum, but not those who are trying to enter illegally, said Vulin and reminded that Serbia has received praise for his attitude towards migrants and migranstkoj crisis.

He explained that the reduced inflow of migrants affects the efficient operation of the joint forces of the Army of Serbia and the Serbian Interior Ministry, located on the borders with Bulgaria and fyrom.


By: BahamutNS (4633.40)

Tags: Syria, Hungary, Serbia, border, refugee, hunt, police

Location: Belgrade, Serbia