A convoy taking 114 Afghan refugees who fled Taliban retribution because they cooperated with Hungary in Afghanistan left the Liszt Ferenc International Aisport in Budapest and will be transported to migrant facilities in Röszke and Tompa, the interior ministry said on Wednesday.
Altogether 114 adults, including a disabled woman and a man who suffered gunshot wounds ten days ago, and 126 children will be held in quarantine at the immigration office’s facilities in southern Hungary, the ministry said.
The Hungarian state will provide them with food and shelter, they will also receive basic health and hygiene packages and clothing, it added.
Their medical examination, the organization of their supply of clothing appropriate for the season, and the recording and verification of their data necessary for the performance of the tasks of the immigration authorities began.
Earlier, a plane arrived in Hungary with 173 Afghan refugees.
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