Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban answers a question during a press conference following the Visegrad Group summit on migration in Prague, Friday, Sept. 4 2015. (Katerina Sulova/CTK via AP)
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Hungary has no plans to shoot at migrants trying to cross its new southern border fence and is open to talks about European quotas for taking in refugees once the frontier is sealed off, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said.high fence along the length of Hungary's boundary with Serbia to keep further migrants out. Orban's government has shrugged off the symbolism and Cold War echoes -- noted by critics in western Europe -- of razor-wire barriers and watchtowers along borders in formerly Communist eastern Europe.
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