The interior ministers of the European Union will meet with 14. September to discuss refugees, the Luxembourg government announced Sunday, while thousands of refugees go on a Balkan route in the hope of reaching the Schengen area.

At the invitation of Berlin, London and Paris, the interior ministers of the European Union will meet with 14. September to "make a concrete breakthrough" with regard to the refugee crisis, was published in Luxembourg. France and the Italian government took on Sunday to quickly act on the approval of asylum-seekers.

Italy will "fight for the next few months" for the right to asylum in Europe, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Sunday.

"Europe must stop worrying and must start acting. We must finally decide (...) that we have a European immigration policy with the right to asylum in Europe, "he said in an interview for the Corriere della Sera newspaper.

Refugees who "flee before war, persecution, abuse and violence must be accepted (...), they must be treated with respect, they must be provided with accommodation and care," French Prime Minister Manuel Valls added.

On the "Balkan route", thousands of refugees - mainly from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan - continue their troublesome journey to the Schengen area by foot, bus or train.

Hundreds of them continued to cross the Serbian-Hungarian border on Sunday, although Hungary - which recorded 50.000 arrivals in August - completed setting up a barbed wire fence at the 175 km limit.

"We're going like a maze, from one line to another, and here in Serbia the police scream at us like animals," she said with tears in the eyes of a woman escaping from Damascus.

"The Serbian government wants to help, but we have infrastructure for only a thousand people," said Dejan Milisavišević. And every day we get "2000 to 3000 people".

Data on the number of refugees leaving Greece daily, the country they are traveling on to Western Europe, are different depending on the source. UN speaks of more than 1500 people, and a non-governmental organization employee in Macedonia mentions 3500 people who arrive on a daily basis.

Meanwhile, there are lower tragedies in which refugees, land and sea are affected.

In Austria, a truck was found on Thursday with a 71 refugee corpse that was suffocated by the initial search results.

Seven corpses were drawn to the beach in Homs (about 120 km east of Tripoli), Libya after another shipwreck, the Libyan Red Cross said on Sunday that it still does not know when the boat is over and how many people there were in it.

In Italy, the court ordered detention of ten people - seven Moroccans, two Syrians and Libyans - suspected of being blamed for the death of 52 migrants who had suffocated in the back of the ship and whose bodies were found on Wednesday. (Hina)