Because of the situations with the migrants Macedonia, we must have strong coordination with all countries in the region, the countries of the Balkan Route, and the European Union, if we are to successfully implement EU decisions which are expected to be made tomorrow at the summit in Brussels.

This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs, Fatmir Besimi, during his visit to the migrant camp “Vinojug” in the South of the country, Gevgelija.

According to him, the process for refugees is complicated because there should be humanitarian formal and legal dimensions, that must be observed to actually meet the needs of these people who need help, in line with international standards.

After the tour of the camp, Besimi concluded that migrants passing through the Macedonia have all the conditions for residence, and humane treatment during their transit through the country.

Within role as Coordinator for foreign assistance, donor coordination in Gevgelija also discussed preparations for the challenges ahead the county will be facing, situations that have occurred, in case of borders closure and making unilateral decisions by some countries that could cause additional problems.