"No sudden inflow of migrants expected in Serbia"

A sudden inflow of migrants is not expected in Serbia, while those who are already in the country are increasingly considering seeking asylum.

Izvor: Tanjug
(Tanjug/AP, file)
(Tanjug/AP, file)

Tanjug reported this, citing the Asylum Protection Center NGO.

"Every day, there are 6,500-8,000 migrants in Serbia, including around 6,500 at reception centers - which are about full to capacity - while the others are in the streets," Asylum Protection Center Director Rados Djurovic said.

"These people do not wish to stay in Serbia, but those who have applied for asylum have difficulties obtaining it," Djurovic said.


Dacic asks Gambia to review Kosovo decision

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic on Friday invited his Gambian counterpart Ousainou Darboe to reconsider Gambia's decision to recognize Kosovo.

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