Bosnia and Herzegovina issues Deportation for 27 Foreign Citizens




The Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, after the readmission procedure, issued an expulsion for 27 foreign citizens who were staying illegally on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

These persons were previously ordered to leave the country and placed under supervision in the Immigration Center, the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs of BiH announced.

Among these persons are 14 citizens of Pakistan, seven citizens of Bangladesh, three citizens of Afghanistan and three citizens of Turkey.

The operational work of the inspector for foreigners established that foreign citizens resided in the Republic of Serbia before arriving on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in accordance with the provisions of the Readmission Agreement, the obligation of their acceptance by the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia was determined, therefore those persons were returned to the Republic of Serbia.

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