Nikolai Sokolov. Serbia, through which numerous refugees from the Middle East and North Africa sent to the European Union, may become a victim of European migration policy and to deal with the back wave of migrants, said on the last working day of the week Russian Ambassador in Belgrade Alexander Chepurin.
in recent months, Serbia is faced with a huge number of migrants from the Middle East and North Africa who transit through its territory to go to countries in Western Europe. According to final estimates, since the beginning of the current year, these people were registered more than 100 thousand.
"on To the present time the EU Court decision on the refund procedure missed migrants back to their country of first entry to the EU, sending them to Greece impossible. The reason for the disparity between the conditions of detention of migrants in Greece European standards. As a consequence, the return may automatically occur mainly in Germany, Hungary and, eventually, to Serbia. The danger of a return wave is very realistic, " said Chepurin during the presentation at the Symposium on civil defence in Belgrade.
according to him, Serbia could become hostage to inefficient migration policy of the European Union.
"It's interesting that the West, hinting at the desirability of aid from Russia in resolving the problems of refugees and the improvement of the situation in the middle East and North Africa, trying at the same time the maximum to hurt Russia, and among them by the hands of his henchmen, seized by the coup government in Ukraine, at the same time preparing the extension of sanctions against Russia ", - said Chepurin.