Nearly 150,000 migrants have entered Croatia

A total of 4,894 migrants entered Croatia on Saturday by noon and a total of 149,818 have entered the country since September 16, the Interior Ministry said.

There are currently 4,042 persons at a reception centre in Opatovac in east Croatia.
The ministry expects that migrants will continue to arrive from Serbia.

Last update: Sat, 24/10/2015 - 19:36

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