UNA - SANA CANTON

Relocation of migrants from abandoned buildings in Bihać

They found 70 people, single men from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India

H. J. I. / Fena

The Service for Foreigners' Affairs relocated the mentioned migrants to the temporary reception center Lipa, where they were provided with medical assistance and their identification and registration, as well as accommodation, food and other non-food items

Foto: Fena


This morning, the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina undertook operational activities aimed at controlling the movement and stay of migrants in the city of Bihać and relocating migrants from abandoned buildings in Kamenica to the temporary reception center Lipa.

Inspectors of the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs, with the assistance of the MoI of the Una-Sana Canton and Bihać police station, controlled the movement and stay of migrants at the mentioned location, where they found 70 people, single men from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India.

The Service for Foreigners' Affairs relocated the mentioned migrants to the temporary reception center Lipa, where they were provided with medical assistance and their identification and registration, as well as accommodation, food and other non-food items.

The implemented activity is a continuation of the operational activities of the Service for Foreigners' Affairs on relocating migrants from abandoned facilities to temporary reception centers in order to better manage migration processes in coordination with local authorities in the USC, the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs said.

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