PM says number of refugees to go down after Turkey election

Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said in the northern Croatian city of Varazdin on Tuesday that the number of refugees  would be reduced in about ten days or so, following an election in Turkey, and reiterated that Croatia would not become a hotspot.

"Croatia will not become a hotspot," he stressed, reiterating that everything had been done to protect Croatia and calling on people to stop the hysteria.

The prime minister also said he was satisfied with how the police, public services and the army were handling the migrant situation.

Last update: Tue, 27/10/2015 - 16:20

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