German Interior Minister in Bosnia to discuss irregular migration

Nancy Faeser, Germany’s interior minister, visited Sarajevo in an unannounced work visit on Tuesday to try to reduce irregular migration from Bosnia-Herzegovina into the European Union.

Recently, the number of unauthorised entries via the Balkan country has increased. Berlin government sources say that more people are travelling to Germany through Sarajevo after Serbia tightened its airport security.

In 2023, around 35,000 more Turks will enter Bosnia than they officially left.

Dieter Romann, the Federal Police President, was also part of Faeser’s delegation. Meetings are planned with the border authorities and the central immigration authorities.

Bosnia is a candidate to join the EU and Germany is keen on helping strengthen its police structures that are based on the rule-of-law.

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