Thursday, February 18, 2016

Croatia expects Balkan route countries to reach agreement on migrants

Croatian Interior Minister Vlaho Orepic said on Wednesday he expected an agreement on migrants to be reached between the Balkan route countries on Thursday.

The police chiefs of Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and FYROM are to hold a meeting in Zagreb on Thursday to discuss cooperation on profiling migrants on the Greek-FYROM border, according to local media.

Orepic said he hoped police from Austria and Germany would join in migrant profiling on the Greek-FYROM border to avoid misunderstandings during migrants' entry into their final destinations.

Croatia hadn't imposed a migrant quota, he said.

He also dismissed the reports of erecting a wire fence, saying this was not on the agenda. "We will only be able to monitor the green border," he added.
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