Last week Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced that Budapest is planning to build a four-metre-high, 175km-long fence on its border with Serbia in order to keep migrants out.
According to Hungary, up to 95% of its migrants have entered from Serbia.
A similar fence has already been built by Greece along its border with Turkey.
On the other side of the Mediterranean, Spain also has a fence on the border that divides its exclaves in North Africa from Morocco.
But Italy, for it...

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