HORGOS – With a symbolic removal of barriers, the Serbian and Hungarian interior ministers, Nebojsa Stefanovic and Sandor Pinter, reopened the Horgos 2 border crossing to traffic on Thursday after it had been closed for over a month due to the migrant crisis.
At a joint press conference, Stefanovic said that this is an example of good cooperation between the two countries.
With the reopening of Horgos 2, all border crossings between the two countries are now in operation, Pinter said, thanking Stefanovic for the good cooperation in this regard.
Opened to traffic last spring, Horgos 2 is the latest border crossing set up between the two countries.
The border crossing was operational until the outbreak of the migrant crisis and the entry into force of Hungary’s new, much stricter state border law on September 15.