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Commenting article: Austria Warns New Migrant Route Might Be Opened Up via Bulgaria

A new corridor might be opened up through Bulgaria for migrants heading to Western Europe, Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner warned on Sunday.

In an interview with public broadcaster ?RF, she urged the closure of what she called the "Eastern Balkans migrant route".

Her words are a reference to the "Western Balkans migrant route", a concept that was used to describe the movement of migrants from the Middle East, who have been crossing into Europe from Turkey, through Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia to Austrian and from there to Germany.

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#1
Ivailo Ivanov - 22 Mar 2016 // 13:06:42

Than why Austria or Borisov\'s government do not veto the Turkish EU deal?

#2
Rurik - 22 Mar 2016 // 14:18:49

To p*ss to the Washington- Brussels wind, to the own free choice? Too weak in the guts.

#3
Tania Oz - 22 Mar 2016 // 15:39:03

That's what I'd like to know Ivailo. So much for BB insisting on a specific clause in the agreement regarding Bulgaria. Looks like it wasn't even included and no one has reported it. And it seems that BB rolled over like a sheep and so did all the EU "leaders". They are all useless, spineless treacherous blind fools.

#4
Fr Jack Hackett - 22 Mar 2016 // 20:16:25

Maybe our leaders need to take a similar stance to that of Viktor Orban in Hungary. There is an excellent video of him today on Shoebat

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