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>> The overland route for migrants into Europe officially closed since March. Now Balkan states further clamping down, in an attempt to stop the flow. Hungarian, Czech, and Slovak police travel into Serbia, to reinforce its border patrols along neighboring Bulgaria, the latest control measure employed by the countries. Hungary's anti-immigration Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, visiting Serbia Monday.
>> We want to control the situation. We want to govern our lives, and we do not accept the dictate from Brussels, that tells us we have to live with someone or another.>> Hungary has defied the European Union's demand for quotas on resettlement for the immigrants, many of whom come from war-torn Syria or impoverished areas.
The UN estimates over 6,000 are registered in Serbia alone. Some NGOs put the number much higher, at 10,000. Roughly 1,000 are living in this derelict warehouse in Serbia's capital, stranded with few options, and winter's cold drawing closer.