Bulgarian Interior Minister Ivan Demirsiev denied allegations that border police had used violence against migrants and said there were no barracks where migrants were imprisoned.
In his statement, Demirsiev rejected claims that “migrants are being held in poor conditions at the Bulgarian border” and that “border police are practicing violence against migrants” in a joint research report by eight media outlets.
Denying the allegations, Demirsiev said, “There are no such barracks where immigrants are supposed to be imprisoned. Why is the interview about the alleged incident taking place in October now? Ask this question to the media. The news in question is against Bulgaria joining the Schengen Area.” Use the phrase.
Demirsiev said that Bulgaria was not accepted into the Schengen area yesterday because of the vetoes of the Netherlands and Austria.
In addition, Minister Demirsiev confirmed that the same media group published another interview in which they claimed that the migrants were shot by the Bulgarian policemen.
President Rumen Radev and Chief Public Prosecutor Ivan Jessev also denied allegations that illegal immigrants were shot yesterday.
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