Migrants refuse to stay in Serbia

The Middle Eastern refugees in Serbia would have “all possible help” during the upcoming cold weather, Minister Aleksandar Vulin said on September 29. Vulin, who is in charge for migrants issues, added that Belgrade expects bigger foreign donations for the refugees.

The existing capacities would be enhanced and Serbia would strive to provide “these capacities at the migrant routes which will be followed,” Vulin said.

He denied remarks that Serbia is directing refugees towards any specific destination, possibly reacting to reiterated claims by Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic who insists that Belgrade is sending all refugees to his country, after Hungary sealed its border with Serbia.

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(Photo: Syrian refugees gather outside the police station in Presevo, Serbia, where they are waiting to be registered for assistance. IOCC.org)