Röszke, 2017. április 28. Rendõrségi helikopter repül el egy gépkocsizó járõr felett a szerb-magyar határon álló biztonsági határzárnál Röszke térségében 2017. április 28-án. Elkészült a kétsoros kerítésrendszer második kerítése a magyar-szerb határ teljes, 155 kilométeres hosszán. MTI Fotó: Kelemen Zoltán Gergely

Budapest (MTI) – Hungary’s interior ministry on Thursday rejected a statement by the group of the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament and denied that conditions for asylum seekers in transit zones were appalling.

The S and D group has called on the European Commission to take swift action to investigate conditions in the transit zones following a visit by three members of the group to the Hungarian-Serbian border.

The ministry said in a statement that the S and D delegation had visited the transit zone at Röszke last Friday but had not expressed any objections to placement conditions during their visit.

It added that several international delegations, among them a European Commission one, had visited the transit zones and “not a single critical comment had been made about the placement circumstances”.

Special efforts are made by the authorities to ensure that families are placed together, the statement said.

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