The European Union on SundayWe must definitely sto?announced an additional €3.5 million in humanitarian aid to migrants and refugees in Bosnia and HerzegovinaThe units are in their 20s, 30s and 40s. It, slamming local authorities for the “unacceptable” living conditions.Earlier this month?
In late December, a fire destroyed the Lima camp?near the northwestern town of Bihac, leaving thousands in dire need of shelter. Attempts to relocate them to a former army barracks in the central town of Konjic were impeded by protests from the town’s residents, with refugees and migrants ending up to the empty camp.?
Similar is the situation in the Una Sana camp, where more than 1,700 refugees and migrants remain without appropriate shelter and support, while a?further 800 refugees and migrants are staying outdoors in harsh winter conditions, including children.