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Odysseus member and PACE rapporteur Tineke Strik has expressed extreme concern at the conditions in two reception centres for asylum-seekers which she visited in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Odysseus member and PACE rapporteur Tineke Strik (Netherlands, SOC) has expressed extreme concern at the conditions in two reception centres for asylum-seekers which she visited in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and has questioned Croatian denials that “pushbacks” onto Bosnian territory are taking place.

This visit was part of the preparation of her report on “Pushback action by member States”, to gain knowledge of how migrants and asylum-seekers are received in Croatia as regards practice, policies and legislation, and to assess the current situation with respect to border control, in particular at the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ms Strik’s report will be debated at the Assembly’s June session.

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