Serbia announced on Tuesday that the so-called Balkans route used by migrants to reach western Europe will be de-facto closed following Slovenia’s decision to deny entry into the EU’s free-travel Schengen zone to migrants without valid visas and passports, Tanjug reported.
Earlier in the day, Croatia had informed Serbia’s Ministry of the Interior that Slovenia would introduce new regulations for entry into the Schengen zone as of Wednesday.
“This practically means the closing of the Balkan route,” Tanjug quoted the Serbian Ministry of the Interior as saying in a statement....
If this new proposal goes through on March 17th, it confirms that Turkey\'s blackmail plan worked, the EU fell for it hook, line and sinker: AND it will only cost 6 billion Euros ;). But it won\'t ensure nor guarantee that Turkey will follow through with the said agreement. Remember, never trust a Turk. And nor will it stop \"refugees\" from entering via Bulgaria if the current most popular entry point Greece is closed. They will find any means and ways to get in. Bulgaria needs to be extra vigilant and determined in closing the Bulgaria/Turkey border or we\'ll become the next Greece.
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