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Through the Balkans, the exiles in search of Europe often enter the European Union by Hungary (or are reentering by a path Turkey – Bulgaria – Serbia – Hungary or Turkey – Greece – Macedonia – Serbia – Hungary). Country that will become the one in which they will have to apply for asylum under the Dublin III Regulation if they choose to seek asylum. So this is where that other European countries will return them under this Regulation.

Written by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, the AIDA report (Asylum Information Database) describes procedures and reception conditions, and emphasizes the development of the detention of asylum seekers, which concerns a quarter of them (26 %) and almost half of single men (42%).

You can download here the AIDA report (in English).