Romania is facing a rush of migrants who are making their way towards western Europe after neighbouring Hungary built a wall at its border with Serbia, making it harder for asylum seekers to travel onwards.
European leaders have been struggling for years to find a common policy on refugees and asylum seekers.
Illegal border crossing attempts into Romania increased nearly six fold last year after neighbouring Hungary built a wall at its border with Serbia.
As smugglers test new routes, Romania is facing a rush of migrants from Serbia who are trying to enter Romania as a means of traveling onwards to Western Europe.
TRT World's Laurentiu Colintineanu reports from Timisoara, in western Romania, on what policy failure really means for people on the ground.