Serbia may become a settler for refugees, if the EU decides to set up special camps for illegal migrants.
Consequently, power is at risk of becoming hostage to inefficient European policy. Taking into account the opinion of the Russian diplomats, the West tries in every way to prevent the migration decision of a question.
Russian Ambassador in Belgrade Alexander Chepurin believes that the EU can put all the illegal immigrants in Serbia, establishing there a permanent centers to house them. In consequence of this, the diplomat said, power can be transformed into the sump.
"For Serbia, in my opinion, the problem is not only that it causes substantial inconvenience to the population and require specific funds from the state, and in dangerous possible consequences, the intentions of some politicians to "help" with the establishment of center for multiple refugee, to make Serbia a sump," said he.
Alongside, Chepurin praised the efforts of the powers against refugees. According to him, the West does not want to settle problems of illegal migrants. "The Americans and the British hid behind the ocean and the English channel. Baits do not want refugees. Hungarians erect a wall. Serbia de facto helps the European Union in all possible and improbable methods to mitigate the problem," he was quoted by RIA Novosti.
Along with this Serbia may face with the back wave of migrants. Thus, it risks becoming a hostage to inefficient migration policy of the European Union.
People who flee their homeland due to war and poor quality of life, more often go directly to the EU via Serbia. It is estimated that since the beginning of the year across the border powers drove about 100 thousand refugees.
Earlier, the UN high Commissioner for refugees Antonio Gutierrez said that the EU should make every effort to resolve problems with surging at Europe the flow of migrants. Namely, he proposed that in the foreseeable future systematic approach to the resettlement of the 40 million refugees on the "program mass migration".
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