Migrant crisis: Hundreds protest at Hungary station ban
September 2, 2015 6:35 pm
Hundreds of migrants have protested for a second day at Hungary’s decision to stop them travelling on to Germany and other EU countries.
They are among 2,000 people camped at Budapest’s Keleti train station, having bought tickets for onward journeys.
It comes as more than 4,000 migrants arrived in mainland Greece from the island of Lesbos overnight.
Meanwhile, Germany, Italy and France have called for “fair distribution” of refugees throughout the EU.
In a joint declaration, the country’s three foreign ministers also called for Europe’s asylum laws to be revised, the Italian foreign ministry said in a statement (in Italian).