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Most began their journeys in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan and travelled to Greece by boat from Turkey. They were fortunate to make it through Macedonia before the government there declared a state of emergency at its southern and northern borders, deploying riot police to control the thousands of people arriving from Greece every day and trying to board dangerously over-crowded trains to Serbia.

Ignoring opposition from Serbia, Hungary is also constructing a fence at the border that is due to be completed at the end of August. Commentators are doubtful the deadline will be met, but migrants are not taking any chances and are moving through Serbia as quickly as possible, pausing only a night or two in Belgrade to rest and connect with smugglers. UNHCR says 84, people have registered their intent to seek asylum in Serbia in , and estimates that a similar have passed through the country without registering.

Just have actually filed asylum applications. It spared him and his wife as they were not home. Ahmed was also under pressure from the government to complete his military service. Halfway across, a Turkish military boat intercepted them, took their motor, and called the coastguard. They sat, stranded between two countries, for 12 hours before being towed back to Turkey. On their second attempt, they reached Greece. Early in the morning, they will take a bus to Kanjiza, close to the Hungarian border, where they plan to cross and get a taxi to Budapest. Ahmed is less concerned about the partially completed fence than about his money running out before he reaches Germany.

On Wednesday, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksander Vucic announced government plans to build a temporary reception centre in Belgrade with the capacity to accommodate up to 3, asylum seekers. He called on the European Union to assist financially, but said even without additional money, Serbia was committed to helping refugees.

Some will stay, although we know they want to go to more developed countries. If they want to stay, we have no problem — these are good, hard-working people. Serbia currently only has the capacity to accommodate 1, asylum seekers, plus 80 unaccompanied minors, in temporary housing. But even these limited facilities are only half-full as most migrants hurry to the border.

NGOs and activist groups distribute hygiene packages, bread, milk, juice and diapers as well as printed maps of the city with information in Arabic. Local police patrol the area around the park but do not attempt to move the migrants out unless there is a serious problem. The flow of migrants has brought a new, comparatively wealthy market for goods and services to a country where salaries average euros per month.

Businesses who attempt to extort or overcharge them are regularly shamed on social media. Migrants are not only tolerated, but welcomed by the majority of Serbians. The refugees in Belgrade view Hungary, where the official attitude towards migrants is much less welcoming, as the final hurdle.

One man, waving goodbye to his friends as he headed for the bus, demonstrated how he would be keeping his fingers and thumbs in his pockets until he reached Austria, and urged them to do the same. The UNHCR office in Belgrade says it is working on a contingency plan should Hungary start implementing the legislation that would allow it to push back asylum seekers arriving from Serbia. We just covered a report that says the World Health Organization failed to prevent and tackle widespread sexual abuse during the Ebola response in Congo.

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