Bosnia's Vucjak camp migrants taken to new lodgings

From hellish conditions on border to near Sarajevo

11 December, 16:59

    (ANSAmed) - SARAJEVO, DECEMBER 11 - At dawn on Wednesday, reported, almost 330 migrants were transferred from the Vucjak camp to the Blazuj former barracks, not far from Sarajevo.

    Initially, these facilities were to be used at a later date due to ongoing renovations. On Tuesday from the Vucjak camp - near Bihac in the northwestern part of Bosnia-Herzegovina - 14 buses left with 370 migrants. Escorted by a large number of police, they arrived at their destination around midnight and were lodged in the Usivak reception center, while at dawn the remaining six buses headed to the Blazuj former barracks. Since the early morning hours of Wednesday, a large number of vehicles have been bringing necessary supplies to the Blazuj center including more containers that will lodge over 300 people. Most of the migrants lodged in Blazuj, reported, are Pakistanis who were aiming to reach Italy but who plan to stay the winter in Blazuj prior to trying to reach Italy in the spring.(ANSAmed).

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