New reports from Serbia about repression against people on the move

Bordermonitoring Serbia has published a new report about recent repression against people on the move in Serbia:

Since the 15th of July, the day that prime minister Aleksandar Vučić held a speech about the problems Serbia is facing at the moment, the situation in Serbia for people on the move has become more and more tense. The speech was an awaited response to the legal changes made in Hungary on July 5th (“8 kilometer” push-back law) which set a legal frame for the Hungarian authorities to push back thousands of people to Serbian territory.

Read the full report here:

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