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Written by SOT.COM.AL 31 Mars 2023
A group of 93 immigrants, who were deported from Croatia to Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the morning of March 31, are in the temporary reception center in Lipa.
They came to this center accompanied by the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in coordination with the Service for Foreign Affairs.
Mustafa Ruzhni?, head of the Una-Sana Canton government, told Radio Free Europe that on March 30, about 80 migrants arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina from Croatia and were sent to the Center in Lipa, under the escort of members of the border police.
"I have requested information from the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Service for Foreign Affairs and the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, about which immigrants are concerned and why they moved from Croatia to Bosnia and Herzegovina," said Ruzhni? to Radio Free Europe (REL), adding that he has not yet received an answer.
The Foreign Affairs Service did not respond to Radio Free Europe's question regarding the deportation of immigrants from Croatia.
The Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina told REL that according to the readmission agreement between Bosnia and Croatia, migrants are brought to the border point./REL