Voice of Europe, November 5, 2018
The Bosnian-Croatian border is under continuous attacks by an armed mob of more than 20,000 migrants, an official tells Austria’s Kronen Zeitung.
The border at Velika-Kladusa is only 224 kilometres from Austria and more than 20,000 migrants hope to break it to move into Central Europe, the expert states.
According to him almost all migrants “are armed” as “almost all have a knife”. “The Croats are really trying to handle this alone. They have also positioned Special Forces at the border,” the expert says.
There are barely any women and children in the group, 95 per cent are men and a border policeman has already been stabbed.
“The majority of them come from Pakistan. And there are many Iranians, Algerians, and Moroccans. Their goal is not Austria,” the official added.
According to him the migrants want to go to Germany or one of the Scandinavian countries.
“Most of the young men have prepaid credit cards supplied by the United Nations’ High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF),” the official adds.