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MSF has provided support to refugees arriving in Hungary in 2015 and 2022.

In 2015, MSF ran a mobile clinic in the border town of Röszke, where 2,000 to 4,000 migrants and refugees crossed from Serbia each day.

In 2022, with refugees fleeing from the war in Ukraine, we returned to Hungary, providing basic medical care and mental health care to refugees who crossed the border. This was done through mobile clinics that we ran in partnership with local organisations and with the support of Hungarian doctors until May 2022.

MSF Mobile Activities in Pirot, Serbia

EU must increase scrutiny on border force activities in Balkan countries

Press Release 28 Mar 2023
Violent practices against migrants

Alarming violence occurring at Hungary-Serbia border

Press Release 4 Aug 2022
Winter Conditions in Belgrade, Serbia.

MSF denounces the widespread violence on migrants and refugees at the Serbian/Hungarian border

Press Release 9 Mar 2017

People in transit in urgent need of assistance

Press Release 26 Oct 2015

MSF providing medical care to refugees on the Serbia-Hungary border

Voices from the Field 11 Sep 2015