Hungary - Report on migration and human trafficking - April 30, 2018

A report by the Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA), based on a visit to transit zones located at the border between Hungary and Serbia, concludes that the ability to detect potential victims of human trafficking has worsened. Concerns raised in previous reports have been ‘magnified’ by more restrictive legislation and measures on immigration and asylum. The report found as many as 79 cases of collective expulsions of irregular migrants to Serbia in a period of less than two weeks in December 2017.

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