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Commenting article: Bulgarian Vice Minister of Interior Gunev: Bulgaria Can Accept Up To 3,000 More Refugees

“Bulgaria can accept up to 3,000 more refugees in the temporary crisis centres,” stated Gunev. They can be placed in the centres in caravans. Thus, the total capacity for the placement of refugees will become 10.000.

Most of the financing negotiated with the European Commission for dealing with the migrant crisis – 80% - will be used for border defence, stated Deputy Interior Minister Filip Gunev.

“Most of it will be used for the purchase of technical equipment, vehicles, surveillance equipment for the border,” added Gunev.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 21 Sep 2016 // 20:40:58

How many refugees have been accepted by Saudi Arabia??

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Ivailo Ivanov - 21 Sep 2016 // 21:02:55

The moment to control and stop the influx was lost because of German and global liberals... and USA is occupied to protect the global Islamic agendas of Saudi Arabia.. so no major resistance to the migrant wave is possible.. people like Soros are in fact happy with that... USA will continue to support the Islamic movements..... the war will continue and Europe have no defense.. and the poor Muslims will be victims of the unlimited and inhumane ambitions of their religious overlords and the global financial predators...it is not a bright future... the population of North America will continue be brainwashed and misleaded .. so this crises is going from bad to worst.

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