Between Transit, Repression and Push-backs: Report on the Current Situation for Refugees in Serbia

30.05.2016 | moving-europe

Belgrade, remaining an important transit point, proves that the so-called “Balkanroute” is still a well beaten track. There is a constant flow of people arriving and leaving the city. On a daily basis, approximately 100-200 people arrive1. Most of them come via Bulgaria and Macedonia and stay only for a couple of days to rest, organize and prepare for further traveling. Others also stay for longer, as Serbia, which is not part of the Dublin Agreement, does not cause them any trouble for further asylum applications.

Continue reading about the Transit Zones, Repression and Push-Backs in the border region as well as in Belgrade.