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16. 11. 2020. 00:00   >>  16:26 0

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Vulin: Serbia is better able to cope with the consequences of the migrant crisis

Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin said that Serbia has shown that it is better able to cope with the consequences of the migrant crisis than most European countries.

Vulin said that all irregular migrants who respect the laws of Serbia and who are part of its reception system were provided with respect for all legal and human rights, medical protection, nutrition and adequate accommodation.

"All those who leave our system, who think that they can move around Serbia without any documents, without a proper application, who think that they can be in Serbia without respecting our laws, must know that Serbia is serious, organized country, and that the Ministry of Internal Affairs is very committed to maintaining public order and peace," Vulin said.

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