A Syrian woman that entered the country near Röszke as part of a group of 57 migrants gave birth to healthy baby boy in Szeged clinic.
Police officers spotted a group of people crossing the border near Röszke; the group included Syrian, Sudanese and Afghan citizens. After apprehending the migrants officers noticed that one Syrian woman was pregnant; she was taken to Szeged Border Control Health center for further testing. After a series of tests, she was transported to the Szeged clinic by ambulance where she gave birth to a 3970 gram healthy baby boy police.hu reported.
The Hungarian law didn’t adopt the territorial convention, but rather the bloodline convention; as a result, the nationality of the baby boy is determined by his parents’ nationality. In other words, the baby remains Syrian citizen even if he was born in Hungary.