About 150 people decided to go on Hunger Strike and marched towards the Hungarian Border demanding to enter the EU. The Hunger Strike lasted for 5 days, from July 25 until July 29. After facing severe health risks some of the strikers were brought to a Hospital and the strikers ended their protest albeit there was no response given by Hungarian or EU authorities. Most of the strikers are now in a camp in Banja Koviljaca, on the Bosnian Border.
No Border Serbia also published an interview with one of the Hunger Strikers on July 29.
You know, its a global issue, the issue of refugees, there are now 3800 refugees here in Serbia, most of them are in the parks and in the streets, most of them covering somewhere, and many of them they live in camps, they have applied for asylum and they are waiting. In a legal process that is initiated by the Hungarian government on daily bases they receive 15 people from Horgoš camp and 15 people from Kelebija. To the issue of entering is very much slow when looking at the huge number of refugees although there is tough security system in Bulgaria and over here at the Hungarian border as well.