The situation on the northern and southern border of the state is normal, said the Interior Ministry, adding that the registration of refugees is normal and there was no-one being held in detention centres.
According to the Interior Ministry, the border with Greece, there are about 700 people who are not allowed into the country because they do not qualify for asylum. The remaining refugees are accepted in accordance with other procedures.
Yesterday, Macedonia began to only accept refugees coming from areas of military conflicts, such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. Such measures have already been taken and Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia.
The world media reported that several hundred refugees who have been banned from entering Macedonia because they do not meet the requirements for asylum are blocked on the railroad on the Greek-Macedonian border.
Greek Railways announced that the past few days, due to protests 10 train lines have been cancelled for Macedonia.
About 1,000 people, mostly Iranians, Pakistanis and people from North Africa erected tents on railroad tracks and therefore blocking the trains.