Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced that the border with North Macedonia will be strengthened.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who is visiting Hungary, announced that the border with Macedonia will be strengthened due to the influx of migrants.
“I am grateful to our Hungarian friends for starting to discuss and solve these problems with immigrants,” Vucic said. After seeing large numbers of migrants in Serbia from Tunisia, Burundi, Guinea-Bissau and India at the request of the European Union, we started to cancel free visas for individual countries,” he said.
Adding that other measures will be taken, such as strengthening borders with Macedonia and then with Bulgaria, Vucic said, “This year, the number of migrants from Macedonia has increased 4 times and the number of migrants from Bulgaria has increased 3.6 times. We have prevented 45,965 illegal entry from Macedonia alone, and this The figure is 261,000 in Hungary.
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