A new Hungarian law allows the detention of all asylum seekers as new fences are built along its border with Syria.
A new law has been signed in Hungary to allow the detention of all asylum seekers – including 14-year-old children and above.
New fences along the border with Serbia are also planned, to try to prevent a new wave of refugees.
And a new volunteer force called Border Hunters are being trained to patrol borders.
Amnesty International says the new measures are a violation of international law.
Are Hungary’s tactics out of line?
And is the EU to blame for not providing support?
Presenter: Dareen Abughaida
Vincent Cochetel – UNHCR
Elizabeth Collett – Migration Policy Institute Europe
Raphael Bossong – German Institute for International and Security Affairs