BIHAĆ

USC police relocates more than 200 migrants from abandoned facilities to Lipa

The action was carried out in coordination with the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and with the help of members of the humanitarian organization "SOS" Bihać

H. J. I. / Fena

All people will be accommodated in the Lipa camp, where food, clothes and shoes, living conditions in heated areas, medical care, as well as areas for maintaining personal hygiene are provided

Foto: Fena


The police of the Una-Sana Canton (USC) this morning relocated migrants and refugees from abandoned buildings in the city of Bihać to the Lipa migrant camp.

-With the arrival of warmer weather, there are more and more migrants and refugees on the streets of Bihać, which means a significant increase in the volume of work for police officers. This morning, we carried out an action of relocating more than 200 people from the building of the former company Krajinametal and the unfinished building of the Retirement Home, to the camp at the location of Lipa near Bihać. This was done to ensure more adequate living conditions for these people, and everything went without any problems- said Spokesman of the USC Police, Ale Šiljdedić.

The action was carried out in coordination with the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and with the help of members of the humanitarian organization "SOS" Bihać.

All people will be accommodated in the Lipa camp, where food, clothes and shoes, living conditions in heated areas, medical care, as well as areas for maintaining personal hygiene are provided.

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