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Jul 06, 2020

Travellers can now utilize humanitarian corridor to transit Hungary

Last week, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that citizens of non-EU countries, except for Serbia, would not be allowed to enter because “that would be against the health interest of Hungarians”.

 

Travellers are now able to utilize a humanitarian corridor to transit Hungary, the national police force said on its website.

Last week, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that citizens of non-EU countries, except for Serbia, would not be allowed to enter because “that would be against the health interest of Hungarians”.

Those passing through the country are required to use a designated route, and are allowed to use designated filling stations and service areas only.

Travellers are required to use the following border crossing points: Hegyeshalom, Rajka, Hont-Parassapuszta, Tornyosnémeti, Záhony, Beregsurány, Csengersima, Vállaj, Nyírábrány, Ártánd, Gyula, Battonya, Csanádpalota, Nagylak, Röszke, Tompa, Udvar, Letenye, and Tornyiszentmiklós.

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