"You will stop here" Locked in Belgrade. Click here
About 1,000 refugees, mostly Afghans and Pakistanis who are trying to reach Europe, are locked for months in an irregular field behind the railway station in Belgrade. Their journey along the Balkan route has stopped for the moment, at the border between Serbia and Hungary, because of the closing of the border by the Hungarian government. Among these people, many are minors and they live in some disused warehouses in conditions devoid of human dignity. There are toilets, even chemicals, they are forced to breathe toxic smoke to warm up and cook and they receive one hot meal a day with the help of an NGO. In the meantime, many of them, even today, try to cross the border braving the presence of the hard Hungarian police with his dogs, hoping for a better life in the countries of the United Europe.