Blame game among EU countries on migrant crisis
Sept.20, Berlin: The migrant crisis in EU has turned into countries blaming each other for not following the international laws of registering the migrants entering the country. On Saturday Austria saw 10,000 migrants inflow in the country.
Croatia initially sent the migrants to Hungary, which later said that it was unable to cope with the 20,000 who had arrived since Wednesday. Hungary in turn shipped them on to Austria, accusing Croatia of breaking rules by failing to register migrants. Hungary had not registered the migrants.
Austria Presse Agentur (APA) reported that between 12,000 to 13,000 people had entered the country over the course of the day.
Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner accused that neighbouring countries of failing to follow EU rules, expressing concern that migrants were also arriving from Croatia via Slovenia.
Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said that Crotia will continue to force migrants out as there were no such agreement.
The Hungarian government accused Croatia of breaching international law by failing to register migrants and said all migrants would be registered in Hungary before they could leave for northern Europe.
The Oslo Times