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FRONTEX Serious incident report no. 10652/2020 Report date and time (UTC) 2020-03-04 11:24 Reporting person Text Removed – Personal Data Last modification date and time (UTC) 2020-12-24 15:46 Last modification done by Text Removed – Personal Data SIR Status Closed 4 - Situations of alleged violations of Fundamental Rights or FSC SIR Category international protection obligations Type of SIR 4 Final SIR Subject Alleged violation of Fundamental Rights Joint operation Flexible Operational Activities 2020 Land JORA incident number Original source of information Text Removed – Human Resources Shift Report Frontex SIR Coordinator HoO.FRO Frontex resources involved Yes Incident dates (UTC) 2020-02-25 11:17 Detection date (UTC) 2020-02-25 11:18 Location of the incident Text Removed – Operational Area, Hungary Latitude Text Removed – Operational Area Longitude Text Removed – Operational Area Reference to the operational area Yes Type of resources / involvement Text Removed – Human Resources Dead persons Injured persons Missing persons Details On 25.02.2020, Text Removed – Human Resources deployed in Fact of the case Text Removed – Operational Area reported in their Shift Report the outcome of the apprehension of a group of migrants in cooperation with Hungarian Police units. The group of migrants
claimed to be Syrian citizens and three of them showed Syrian passports. The youngest of the group claimed to be 14 years old with no adult family members accompanying him in his travel. Moreover, He also showed a Serbian document probably issued in a refugees camp in Serbia. This card was filled with personal data including his alleged birthday (01.01.2005). At the moment to move the group in another assembly point, the juvenile migrant asked to Hungarian Police Officers to allow him to remain in Hungary and to be brought in a Hungarian refugee’s camp. Stated the situation, Text Removed – Human Resources requested clarifications to Hungarian colleagues on special treatment for unaccompanied juvenile. Hungarian counterpart stated no special treatment is foreseen for people with this age. The facts reported by Text Removed – Human Resources was also part of Text Removed – Reporting Tools on February the 26th and, additionally, reported also by Text Removed – Human Resources who chaired the meeting in his Mission Report. Due to the above mentioned Shift Report, Hungarian authorities started an internal investigation in order to clarify any possible lack of rule of law. Therefore, Hungarian Head of ICC had a possibility to clarify how according with the Hungarian migratory regulations those above age of 14 years old (14-18 years old) are considered Measures juvenile, while those below 14 years old are unaccompanied minors (UAM). The procedure to be followed in these cases are different: • Juvenile irregular migrants are escorted back over the fence; • UAMs (upon suspicion that the person is UAM) are taken under lawful protection, transported to medical checks, then right after to a child protection institute for further procedure. If the UAM submits for asylum when intercepted, the case is taken over by the National Directorate General of Alien Policing: the authority that deals with all asylum seekers; On 02.03.2020 the summary of case was sent Text Removed – Assessment Reporting Tools in order to receive their evaluation. On 03.03.2020 Text Removed – Reporting Tools this case can be considered as an alleged violation of FR. Text Removed – Reporting Tools sends to Text Removed – Final outcome Reporting Tools/ Text Removed – Human Resources the final report with assessment and recommendations as corrective actions.