The Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nenad Nešić, chaired the meeting of the Coordinating Body for Migration Issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, where one of the key problems was the lack of police officers for effective border protection and the provision of temporary reception centers for migrants.
Representatives of security agencies discussed the current situation in the field of migration, border protection and the fight against smuggling and human trafficking, the Ministry of Security of BiH announced.
The focus was on the current challenges in this area, especially from the security aspect and the measures that need to be taken in order to manage migration more efficiently.
In addition to Nešić, the meeting was attended by the Director of the Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) BiH Darko Ćulum, Director of the Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies of BiH Enes Karić, Director of the Service for Affairs with Foreigners of BiH Žarko Laketa and Assistant Director of the Border Police of BiH Dragan Kulić.
Also present were the secretaries of the Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of BiH, Nina Mišković, and the Ministry of Civil Affairs, Biljana Čamur Veselinović, as well as the Assistant Minister for International Legal and Consular Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Frano Planinčić.