May 6th, 2013

Big increase in number of asylum-seekers in Hungary

The number of asylum-seekers in Hungary during the first quarter of 2013 surpassed the total number registered last year, national daily Magyar Nemzet said on Monday.

In the first three months of the year altogether 2,322 foreign nationals arriving in Hungary applied for asylum, as against 2,157 throughout the year 2012, the paper said, citing Immigration and Citizenship Office figures.

Of this year’s applicants, 74 were granted some kind of protection.

The largest group represented among asylum-seekers are those from Kosovo (400), with many others coming from Afghanistan (379) and Algeria (374).

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  • MagyarViking

    Yes, the Hungarian Paradise, Whorbanorszag, is like a magnete
    People cannot just stay out!

    • Ricsi

      Including you LOL

      • MagyarViking

        Well, I have been here for 20 years, so I arrived while Whorbanorszag was just a twinkle in the eye of a medium-rated oppourtunist, son of a Party Secretary

        • stanlee98

          You overstayed your welcome. Go home already.

          • MagyarViking

            Said by the guy who posts in a San Diego local…
            A small fact is that I am home, where my family is

  • Mohammed

    –from Kosovo (400), with many others coming from Afghanistan (379) and Algeria (374)…

    Allahu’ Akhbar ! Allahu’ Akhbar !

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