Budapest, 2016. augusztus 31. Balogh János, a Készenléti Rendõrség parancsnoka, az országos rendõrfõkapitány mûveleti helyettese (k) megajándékozza a magyar határon szolgált 25 tagú szlovák rendõri kontingenst a Készenléti Rendõrség budapesti objektumában 2016. augusztus 31-én. A magyar hatóságok a szlovák rendõrök segítségével 509 illegális bevándorló bejutását akadályozták meg. MTI Fotó: Koszticsák Szilárd

 

Budapest, August 31 (MTI) – A Slovak police unit dispatched to help their Hungarian colleagues patrol the Hungarian-Serbian border completed its month-long mission on Wednesday.

The contingent of 25 officers helped Hungarian authorities stop 509 migrants from crossing the country’s border illegally during their mission, János Balogh, commander of Hungary’s special response police division, said at a farewell ceremony.

Photo: MTI
Photo: MTI

Balogh thanked the Slovak officers for their help.

The Slovak unit was dispatched within a cooperation framework of the Visegrad Four grouping. The other members, Poland and the Czech Republic, have also sent units to southern Hungary. A fresh contingent of Czech officers is expected to arrive at the beginning of September, the national police headquarters said earlier this month.

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Source: MTI

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