The Bulgarian embassy in Belgrade has asked the Serbian foreign ministry for clarification regarding an interview given by Serbian foreign minister Ivica Dačić to Belgrade’s Danas newspaper, the Foreign Ministry in Sofia said.
Serbian website b92 reported on August 19 that Dačić said that Serbia will not build a wall along the border with Macedonia to stem the tide of migrants crossing into the country. Dačić said was reporting as saying that the flow of migrants from the Middle East on their way to Hungary will “redirect to Croatia and Bulgaria.”
“I don’t believe that Serbia will make a decision to, at some moment, like Hungary (on the border with Serbia) build a wall on the border with Macedonia in order to prevent the entry of refugees and migrants to our country,” he told the paper.
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