57 Afghan families, including 180 minors, were evacuated from Afghanistan by the Hungarian Armed Forces at the end of August at the Vámosszabad Reception Station and for some time at the Balassagyarmat Community Accommodation.
THE Telex now, three months later, he writes that Ambrus Gellért, The mayor of Vámosszabadi said on his Facebook page: the families left the camp in Vámosszabadi.
Even if not permanently, but the refugee camp / reception center is closed, the last person evacuated from Afghanistan who left here also left his temporary residence. The period when the camp was not inhabited due to the border lock is back and I am confident that the government will stick to its refugee policy to stay that way.
The Maltese Charity Service has previously indicated that it is trying to find more humane conditions for families, and now it has been reported that a total of 35 families, 168 people: 36 women, 518 people and 81 minors have been placed in self-contained housing in Budapest.
In their response, they also wrote that families participate in the integration program for 18 months, which means full care for them. The organization outside Budapest is providing financial support to refugees, providing participation in a Hungarian language course, as well as participation in administration.
Refugees also receive full health care and are assisted by a psychologist in processing the trauma. Mentors help adults find jobs and integrate into the labor market, take vocational courses and teach children in public education.