1,200-Plus Migrants Stuck At Serbia-Hungary Border

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Over 1,200 migrants have massed on the Serbian-Hungarian border as many fear the area could turn into another Idomeni-style migrant camp. The Balkan route continues to see more migrants crossing into Europe but now due to the stricter regulations by the Hungarian government, many migrants have become stuck on the Serbian border. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) warns that a new Idomeni-style makeshift migrant camp is starting to form in the area and already over 1,200 migrants have arrived, reports Frankfurter Allgemeine.  Media in Serbia are already likening conditions in the border village of Horgos to those found in the Greek camps in Idomeni that have since been evacuated by Greek authorities. Authorities claim that the camp could grow rapidly in size and though the numbers are currently at 1,200, they don’t rule out the possibility of tens of thousands being stranded on the border over the summer months. Serbian state broadcaster RTS has blamed the new Hungarian migrant law that came into effect earlier this month. The law has created a zone of deportation around eight kilometres from the border with Serbia, and the Hungarian border guards have routinely rounded up migrants and sent them back to Serbia. The strict rejection of