The number of migrants waiting on the Serbian side of the Röszke-Horgos border crossing was down to 150-200 on Friday morning, a local MTI correspondent reported.
A group of several dozens of migrants still continued their sitdown strike at Roszke 2, holding up signs in English with the words “Europe Shame” and “We stay without food and drink”.
The tents occupying an area between the M5 motorway and the Serbian-Hungarian border on Thursday have disappeared by Friday. Traffic on the motorway crossing is likely to restart soon, the correspondent said.
The migrants staying on the Serbian side of the Röszke crossing told the MTI correspondent that they were only waiting to be transported by bus to Croatia.
There were no people waiting at the entry point operated by the Hungarian authorities where migrants can submit applications for refugee status.