اخيرا وصلوا مع المطر ..االنمسا وألمانيا تقبلان استقبال آلاف المهاجرين

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2019.08.20 12:11

ألمانيا تتوقع وصول 10 آلاف لاجئ إليها عبر المجر

 
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قالت الشرطة الألمانية السبت إن السلطات تتوقع قدوم ما يصل إلى عشرة آلاف لاجئ السبت بعد أن اتفقت النمسا وألمانيا مع المجر على السماح للمهاجرين بعبور الحدود.

وقال المتحدث باسم الشرطة شتيفان زونتاج لرويترز السبت "ليست لدينا أرقام يعول عليها بعد لكننا نتوقع ما يتراوح بين خمسة آلاف وعشرة آلاف لاجئ اليوم."

وأضاف أن المسؤولين مازالوا يقومون بعمليات تنسيق لاستيعاب عدد اللاجئين. ومن المتوقع أن يصل قطار من النمسا يحمل عدة مئات من اللاجئين إلى مدينة ميونيخ الألمانية ظهر السبت تقريبا.

آلاف  لاجئين عبروا الحدود إلى النمسا والأعداد قد تتضاعف

 

لاجئون يعبرون الحدود إلى النمسا

 

فيينا - رويترز

قالت الشرطة النمساوية اليوم السبت إن حوالي أربعة آلاف لاجئ وصلوا إلى البلاد قادمين من المجر في حافلات عبر الحدود منذ الساعات الأولى من الصباح.

وقال هيلموت ماربان وهو متحدث باسم الشرطة في إقليم بورجنلاند "نقدر أن نحو أربعة آلاف شخص وصلوا - ولا أعتقد أن هذه هي نهاية الأمر" وأضاف أن البعض استكمل رحلته بالفعل.

وتابع لرويترز "قد تتضاعف الأعداد كثيرا."

وتسير خدمة قطارات كل نصف ساعة لنقل الناس من الحدود إلى العاصمة فيينا كما تقطع 20 حافلة الطريق ذهابا وإيابا بين فيينا والحدود مع المجر.

النمسا وألمانيا تقبلان استقبال آلاف المهاجرين
 

 

فيينا - فرانس برس

أعلنت المستشارية النمساوية، السبت، أن النمسا وألمانيا قبلتا معا استقبال آلاف المهاجرين الذين قررت المجر نقلهم إلى حدودها في الساعات القادمة.

ونقلت وكالة "ايه بي ايه" عن المستشارية النمساوية أن هذا القرار الذي كان دافعه "الوضع الطارىء الحالي على الحدود المجرية" أعلنه المستشار النمساوي وارنر فايمان لرئيس الوزراء المجري فيكتور اوربان وذلك "بالتشاور" مع المستشارة الألمانية أنغيلا ميركل.

وكانت الحكومة المجرية أعلنت مساء الجمعة قبولها تخصيص مئة حافلة لتنقل إلى الحدود النمساوية نحو 1200 مهاجر بدأوا السير على الأقدام باتجاه النمسا إضافة إلى مهاجرين قابعين في محطة قطارات بودابست.

وقال فايمان إنه بصرف النظر عن مبادرتهما فإن فيينا وبرلين تتوقعان من المجر "أن تحترم تعهداتها الأوروبية بما فيها اتفاق دبلن" الذي ينظم أنظمة اللجوء في الاتحاد الأوروبي.

Thousands of exhausted migrants make it to the promised land: 5,000 refugees arrive in Germany and Austria - as George Osborne calls on Europe to tackle the evil Assad regime and Isis  The buses are taking them to Austrias capital Vienna and Germany, which expects to take in over 800,000 this year They began the 100-mile march to the border after Hungary cancelled international trains heading to the two nations Hungary reversed its hard-line stance on migrants after being overwhelmed by sheer numbers of unwanted visitors More than 50,000 exhausted migrants entered Hungary last month and a record 3,300 entered country on Thursday 

Thousands of exhausted migrants and refugees who travelled thousands of miles from war-torn countries have finally reached Germany and Austria. 

More than 4,500 crossed into Austria and another 450 into Germany after the two Western nations opened their doors to asylum seekers fleeing terror and persecution. 

They started on the 100-mile march from Budapest, Hungary, last night after the country banned them from international trains. 

It changed course and organised buses to take them to the Austrian border to ease the massive build up of migrants, but thousands are still walking down north on the M1 motorway linking Budapest to Vienna.

Wrapped in blankets to shield themselves from the pouring rain, thousands climbed off buses on the Hungarian side of the border this morning and walked into Austria where aid workers were waiting with food and hot tea. 

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Innocent: A young migrant whose family has travelled thousands of miles after fleeing their home country finally reaches Germany

Elated: A young migrant boy tries on a police officers cap at the main station in Munich, Germany, after arriving with the first special train from Salzberg

Saying goodbye: A father waves to the cameras as he and his son finally arrive at the main train station in Munich, Germany

New home: A migrant family look delighted as they board a train bound for Munich at a station in Nickelsdorf, Austria

Distraught: Around 4,500 migrants arrived in Austria from Hungary over night, and around 450 have reached Germany

Nearly there: More than 4,000 exhausted migrants are now waiting for trains in Vienna, Austria, which will take them to Germany 

Border crossing: A migrant woman carries a child as she waits for a train at the railway station in Nickelsdorf, Austria

Wait in line: Migrants wait in a queue to board a train in Nickelsdorf, Austria, which will take them to the capital Vienna

Next step: Around 500 migrants have arrived at Munich train station on a special train from Austria (pictured)

Journey: Refugees arriving from Middle Eastern countries and Africa Migrants arriving at railway station in Vienna, Austria (pictured)

Transport: Hungary organised buses to take thousands of migrants to the Austrian border - and separate buses then took them to Vienna (pictured)

Finally here: More than 4,000 exhausted, rain-soaked migrants arrived on the Austrian border today, and walk into the country which has agreed to allow asylum seekers to enter

Nothing left: Thousands of exhausted migrants streamed into Austria on Saturday, bussed to the border by a Hungarian government that gave up trying to hold them back

First arrivals: Thousands of refugees reached Austria early this morning after busloads left Hungary in a mass exodus after the Austrian and German governments agreed to receive them

Next leg: They were greeted by aid workers who gave them food and water before they boarded special buses which took them to the capital, Vienna

Everyone welcome: Migrants walk to buses to take them further into Austria after they crossed the border from Hungary

Humanitarian: The Austrian Red Cross (pictured) help out as migrants wait on the Hungarian-Austrian border for buses to Vienna

Newcomers: Hundreds of migrants wait for trains at the Austrian border which will take them to Vienna

Drained: Many migrants (pictured) collapsed on the floor from exhaustion upon entering Austria - having traveled thousands of miles from war-torn countries

Happy to be there: Migrants looked delighted as they walked across the border into Austria after buses ferried them from Hungary

Desperate: Carrying small, sleeping children and what little belongings they have, migrants began the 100-mile journey from Budapest to the Austrian border

Not welcome: The migrants refused to go to processing centres - as demanded by the government - because they feared they would be deported

Almost there: Migrants walk across the Hungarian-Austrian border on foot after their arrival into a transit zone by public bus to the Hungarian border

Moving: Thousands have been flooding into Austria (pictured) today, and German police have said they expect as many as 10,000 refugees to arrive in the country today.

Hungry: A migrant child holds up a banana as he crosses the Hungarian-Austrian border on foot near the village of Nickelsdorf

Happy: A young refugee boy smiles as he arrives on the Hungary-Austria border where buses are taking people to the capital, Vienna

Arrivals: Migrants cloaked themselves in blankets to shield themselves from the pouring rain as they arrived on the Hungary-Austria border

Influx: Thousands of migrants arrived at the Austrian border (pictured) this morning and many more are expected to flood in today

Stranded: A young girl - presumably one of the migrants who are being ferried to the Austrian border -is cared for by an aid worker on the M1 motorway between Budapest and Vienna

Migrants collapsed on the floor from exhaustion, having trekked from the Middle East, boarded trains through Central Europe and crawled under barbed wire on the southern Hungarian border.

Special buses took them to them from the border to the capital Vienna where hundreds boarded yet another train to Munich, Germany - the so-called promised land.

Many of the arrivals are thought to be Syrian refugees fleeing the countrys civil war and the ISIS terror group which has carved a bloody path through the Middle East. 

Chancellor George Osborne today said the world must tackle the evil regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and the ISIS terror group to solve the migrant crisis gripping Europe.

German police have said they expect as many as 10,000 refugees to arrive in the country today, and Chancellor Angela Merkel said it would not stop anyone from seeking asylum.

British Prime Minister David Cameron announced yesterday that Britain is to increase its aid budget to more than £1billion, and promised to take thousands of Syrian refugees living in refugee camps.

George Osborne said the country needs to boost aid, take down people smugglers and deal with the never-ending war in Syria to stem the migrant crisis.

He said: Youve got to deal with the problem at source, which is this evil Assad regime and the ISIL (Islamic State) terrorists, and you need a comprehensive plan for a more stable, peaceful Syria. A huge challenge of course, but you cant just let that crisis fester. Weve got to get engaged in that. 

Walking on: The Hungarian authorities organised hundreds of buses to take migrants to the Austrian border but hundreds continue to march up the M1 motorway (left) - an on rail tracks (right) - to the country today

Determined: Despite the buses taking thousands of migrants and refugees to the Austrian border, many have continued to march the 100-mile route

Long walk: Large numbers of refugees walk along a lane of the M1 motorway near to Nickelsdorf, on the Austria-Hungarian border

Safety first: Refugees hold up a paper warning from traffickers and showing safe means of transport, as they wait to continue their journey west from Eastern Railway Station in Budapest

March: Carrying small, sleeping children and what little belongings they have, they began the 100-mile march to the border overnight

Migration: Dozens of buses are taking thousands of exhausted migrants to the Hungary-Austria border, and many more are expected to travel

Leaving: Carrying his exhausted toddler, a man runs to board a bus provided by the Hungarian authorities to take them to the Austrian border 

Almost there: Thousands of migrants entered Austria overnight after Hungary organised buses to take them across the border.

Delighted: Migrants wave from a bus as they wake up to a new dawn in East Railway Station in Budapest, Hungary

Exhausted: Dozens of double-decker buses will take them to Austria and Germany, according to Burgenlands chief of police

Jubilant: A migrant boy looks out from a bus bound for Austria and Germany, next to the Keleti train station in Budapest, Hungary

Journey: Migrants reportedly yelled, Thank you! Thank you! as the buses took them across the Hungarian border to Austria

Moving again: Hungarys government said it would deliver around 100 buses (pictured) to pick up migrants in Budapest and another 1,200 striding down the main highway to Vienna

Excited: Migrants cheered and yelled Thank you! as buses took them to Austria and Germany, who have agreed to grant them asylum

We must offer asylum to those who are genuinely fleeing persecution. Countries like Britain always have, we are one of the founders of the asylum system. We will take, as the prime minister said, thousands more.

Austria and Germany both waived the rules of their countries asylum systems - pushed to breaking point by the worst refugee crisis in decades - and agreed to let thousands of migrants in today.

Were happy... Well all go to Germany, said one Syrian man near the Hungarian border, while another said: Hungary should be fired from the European Union. Such bad treatment. 

Osama, 23, from Syria, said: We are very happy that something is happening at last. The next stop is Austria. The children are very tired, Hungary is very bad, we have to go somehow.

Carrying small, sleeping children and what little belongings they have, they began the 100-mile march to the border overnight after Hungary cancelled international trains and demanded they report to processing centres. 

SPORTS TEAMS AND GOVERNING BODIES ARE DONATING MILLIONS TO HELP REFUGEES 

World-famous football clubs Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Celtic - as well as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) - have donated millions of pounds to help the thousands of refugees reaching Europe.

Real Madrid, who donated £730,000 to help the refugees taken in by Spain, are also considering measures to help the youngest refugees.

The Spanish side wrote on its website: Faithful to its commitment to charity, the club has taken this decision with the aim of supporting men, women and children who have been forced to leave their homes in order to flee from war and death.

Tens of thousands of migrants have arrived in Europe recently, many fleeing the war in Syria. 

German champions Bayern Munich pledged the same amount of money to projects supporting the refugees pouring into Germany.

The club is working with Munich authorities to set up training camps for children to receive German lessons, meals and football kits.

Crisis money: Real Madrid, who donated £730,000 to help the refugees taken in by Spain, are also considering measures to help the youngest refugees (players L-R: Gareth Bale, Luca Modric, Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo)

Support: German champions Bayern Munich (player Thomas Mueller pictured) pledged £730,000 to projects supporting the refugees pouring into Germany

Other German teams have also offered aid to the tens of thousands of migrants who have entered the country this year as growing numbers flee Syria and other crisis zones.

Meanwhile the IOC will give £1.3million in emergency funds to help ease the migrant crisis in Europe,its president Thomas Bach said Friday.

He added: We have all been touched by the terrible news and the heartbreaking stories in the past few days. 

With this terrible crisis unfolding across the Middle East, Africa and Europe, sport and the Olympic movement wanted to play its part in bringing humanitarian help to the refugees. 

We know through experience that sport can ease the plight of refugees, many of them young people and children, be they in the Middle East, Africa, Europe or in other parts of the world.

Because of the nature of the crisis the assessment of projects and the distribution of funds will be carried out extremely quickly, Bach vowed.

Hungary reversed its hard-line stance after being overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of unwanted visitors. 

It sent dozens of double-decker buses to pick them up from the rain-soaked M1 motorway and take them to Austrias capital, Vienna, and also to Germany. 

Once they have passed through shelters on the border, the migrants will be put onto a special half-hourly bus service to Vienna and Salzburg, according to Austrian Federal Railway.

Austrias Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said the plight of migrants stranded in Hungary, now being taken into his country, was a wake up call for Europe.

He said: This has to be an eye opener how messed up the situation in Europe is now. I hope that this serves as a wake up call that (the situation) cannot continu

Exhausted: Thousands began the 100-mile march (pictured) to the border overnight after Hungary cancelled international trains and demanded they report to processing centres

Waiting game: A migrants walks past bottled water as he waits for buses bound for Austria, where aid workers are waiting with food and hot tea at the border

Influx: Migrants arrive at the Austrian-Hungarian border station of Hegyeshalom, Hungary, after the country organised buses to take them across the border

On their way: Migrants carry their luggage and small children through a transit zone as they try to find a public bus to the Hungarian border

Transit: Local buses drive migrants from a transit zone to the Hungarian border village Hegyeshalom early this morning in Budapest

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