Hungary's prime minister has said eastern European nations are forced to protect themselves from the "brutal threat" of mass migration until the EU organises a united response to the refugee crisis.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government has built a fence to keep out refugees on the Serbian border and is rapidly constructing a similar 3.5-metre-high steel fence on the Croatian border.
Foreign ministers from four eastern European nations are meeting for talks on the migrants crisis, ahead of an EU meeting of interior ministers tomorrow.
Croatia has confirmed it will demand Greece stop moving refugees from the Middle East on to the rest of Europe at the EU meeting.
International development secretary announces extra resources to help identify and prioritise the most vulnerable refugees from camps.
Thousands of refugees and migrants have been trapped in a cruel tug-of-war overnight as European nations squabble over what to do with them.
Croatians have been warning refugees and migrants who are attempting to cross the country's border to be aware of minefields in the area.