Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Around 100,000 refugees live in Serbia

Around 100,000 refugees live in Serbia

4 August 2009 | 07:30 | FOCUS News Agency


Belgrade. There are more than 97,000 refugees living in Serbia at the moment, as 2/3 of them are from Croatia, Serbian B92 Radio reports. Over the last years, a small number of refugees, mainly foreigners, returned to their homes.
Some of these refugees, mainly young people, have moved to other foreign countries, while others have managed to permanently settle in Serbia.
However, 14 years after the Operation “Storm” of the Croatian army, big part of the refugees still lives in collective centers. For more than a decade they have been waiting for help to get integrated or be returned to their homes, the radio comments.

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