Hungary to build border fence with Croatia, Romania

By REUTERS
September 16, 2015 19:55

 
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VIENNA - Hungary will build a fence along portions of its border with Croatia, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview with Austrian newspaper Die Presse published on Wednesday.

"We have decided to build a fence also on the border with Romania," Orban was quoted as saying in the interview posted on Die Presse's website. "We will also erect a fence at certain locations on the Croatian border,"

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