Croatia said Friday it is going to start redirecting the thousands of migrants on its territory toward Hungary, as the country struggled to cope with the flow of people seeking a new life in western Europe.
Asked whether Zagreb authorities will transfer migrants toward Hungary, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said: "what other choice do we have." Earlier the interior minister said that with some 13,000 migrants having entered the country since Wednesday, the nation's capacity to take in more had been "saturated."
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