MEPs urge EU to improve conditions in migrant centre in Bosnia
Brussels, 18 October - A total of 27 MEPs, including four Slovenian, have addressed a letter to the European Commission urging it to take immediate measures to improve the dire situation in the improvised centre for migrants near Bihać in north-western Bosnia-Herzegovina, as the local authorities said they could no longer handle the situation.
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