Germany and Austria have taken in Thousands of refugees who came across the border after days stopped in Hungry. Austrian frontier by volunteers welcome the refugees and most of them went straight away to Vienna and on to Munich in southern Germany. The numbers of Migrants has be shown the EU’s struggle to handle the asylum seekers. At the start of this week there were certain scenes in Budapest as Hungary blocked them from moving onwards. Many Refugees were refused to be in by the camps in Hungry to register them as for asylum, and forcing them to travel to Germany and Austria. The public broken the security lines and started walking 175km (108 miles) to the border, with many of small kids and women.
There is small sign of a collaboration of EU response to the crisis, despite more than 350,000 refugees having crossed the EU’s borders in 2015 alone.
Europe’s migrant crisis is “here to stay” and nations must behave together to handle it with effectiveness, the EU’s foreign policy chief said after “difficult” talks with foreign ministers in Luxembourg.
“In three months time, it will be other member states under the focus, and in six months, it could be others again,” Federica Mogherini said.