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Montenegro

MAINLY FROM SERBIA 13. 09. 2013.   >>  18:34 0

MAINLY FROM SERBIA

Asylum in the EU: from Montenegro 811 requirements

According to the latest data of Frontex (control of borders) for 2012, from Montenegro arrived 811 requests for asylum in the European Union. The largest number of requests came from Serbian citizens, 15,940 of them, which is 48 percent of the total requests.

After that, European Parliament adopted the mechanism which allows member states of the European Union suspension of visa free regime for the Western Balkans and the countries of the third world, agency Anadolia tried to investigate the situation in all Balkan countries from which the largest number of asylum seekers in the European came from. Most of them are in Germany, Sweden and Belgium, where the procedure along with the time limits for appeal, can last for months.

According to the latest available data of Frontex for 2012, the largest number of asylum applications in the EU came from Serbia, 15,940, then 7,084 from Macedonia, from Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.781, 4.270 from Albania and from Montenegro 811. According to the same source, in 2011 the major number of asylum applications were from Serbia, 12,416, followed by citizens of Macedonia (4583), Bosnia and Herzegovina (2101), Albania (2,043) and Montenegro (391), in the percentage - about 48 percent from Serbia, 22 percent from Macedonia, 15 percent from Bosnia and Herzegovina, 13 percent from Albania and two percent from Montenegro.

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