New Special Approval for BiH Citizens who want to travel to the Schengen Area

October 21, 2017 1:00 PM

Dragan Mektic, the minister of security of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), today announced that citizens of Western Balkan states could have to seek approval from the competent EU services for traveling to the Schengen area, according to Anadolu Agency (AA).

According to information published by individual media, there is a proposal according to which citizens of the Western Balkan states would have to seek authorization by electronic means and to pay 10 Euros for this.

“We’ll see more about what this will be like, how it will be, but there are very serious stories about it. We have to point the finger at ourselves and ask ourselves why that happened. Among other things, we in Republika Srpska, why do we push our finger in their eye and whose eye will we also poke and who is good for us and who is not good for us” Mektic said at a press conference held today in Banja Luka.

Commenting on the information that the inspectors of the Service for Foreigners in the Ilidza area, with the assistance of the members of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA), arrested a Serbian citizen Fadil Aljovic, who is banned from entering and staying in the territory of BiH, Mektic said that he had information that this person was arrested and is undergoing surgery.

“I can talk about motives, what he came up, what his intent was, where he was, what he did. Most likely he crossed the border illegally somewhere, he did not cross the regular border crossing. I will ask SIPA that as soon as they have knowledge, to contact the media,” Mektic said.



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