Budapest (MTI) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban held a phone conversation about the migration crisis, Germany’s deputy government spokesman, Georg Streiter, said in Berlin late on Saturday.

The government spokesman said the German chancellor and the Hungarian prime minister agreed that both Hungary and Germany will abide by their European obligations, including those resulting from the Dublin agreement, according to a statement published on the website of the Chancellor’s office.

Angela Merkel and Viktor Orban agreed that migrant travel to Austria and Germany on Saturday was due to the emergency that emerged at the Hungarian border and was an exceptional case.

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