Ten European Union member countries, including Croatia, will take in underage migrants from the Moria camp in Greece, which was completely destroyed in a fire two days ago.
At this moment, a solution has not yet been agreed upon for other people who were left without accommodation after the fire.
Germany is asking the European Commission for a common European solution and an agreement on migration policy.
Meanwhile MOST party MP, Miro Bulj has accused the government, contrary to what Slovenia and Austria are doing, of closing its eyes to the problem of illegal migrants who are threatening populations in border areas.
“I demand that the Croatian government urgently holds a thematic session on the issue of deploying the military to the border, because according to the law from 2016 the Croatian military has the possibility to be deployed at the border and in that way assist Croatian police, the same is being done by Slovenia,” said Bulj.
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