– Serbian government bans anti-mass immigration protests, and plans ahead for mass immigration (RINF, Aug 29, 2015):
Nebojsa Stefanovic, Serbia’s Interior Minister said protesters who are concerned about “an EU plan” to settle thousands of illegal immigrants into the country, will not be allowed to voice their concerns in a protest march on Monday, 31st of August.
“We will not allow the expression of intolerance and hatred to be something that is characteristic of Serbia” said Stefanovic.
“The Ministry of Interior will not allow any meetings against migrants and people passing through Serbia, who were forced to do so because of difficult conditions or war in their country.”
Meanwhile, another Serbian government official has suggested that illegal immigrants be encouraged to stay in Serbia.
“We should consider offering them [illegal immigrants] to stay in parts of Serbia that are empty“, Brankica Jankovic, Serbia’s Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, said on Serbian TV.
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Good for Serbia…..The people running from wars they don’t understand need refuge in a safe place……Hopefully, they can create some economic growth; I am sure many have talents they can bring to a stable environment……