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Andreeva: Serbia to receive 3,000 more refugees

Mina Andreeva

TANJUG_maliBRUSSELS – Serbia has committed to accomodate 3,000 more refugees in temporary reception centres in addition to the 3,000 it had previously committed to receive, European Commission spokesperson Mina Andreeva told reporters in Brussels.
She said that this was agreed at Wednesday’s video conference of officials of the 11 countries situated on the so-called Western Balkan migrant route, which also leads through Serbia.

Under a plan adopted at last month’s Brussels mini summit of those countries, Brussels plans to have a total of 50,000 refugees accomodated in Western Balkan reception centres, with Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Hungary sending their offers to date.

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