Nearly 121,000 migrants have entered Croatia since September 16 when the country was hit by a wave of migrants fleeing conflict and poverty in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, the Ministry of the Interior said on its website on Tuesday.
A total of 6,338 migrants entered Croatia at Bapska and Tovarnik on Monday and were transported to the Hungarian border by bus and train.
Between midnight and 9am on Tuesday, 2,849 migrants entered the country and at 9am about 2,200 were staying at the Opatovac reception centre, near the border with Serbia.
A total of 120,958 migrants have entered Croatia from Serbia since the outbreak of the migrant crisis and more are expected to come, the ministry said. (Hina)