Friday, September 18, 2015

Bulgaria issues travel advisory on Germany, Netherlands, Croatia, Slovenia and FYROM***

Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry has issued the latest in a series of travel advisories because of the migrant crisis in Europe, this time cautioning those travelling in Germany, the Netherlands, Croatia, Slovenia and FYROM***.

The September 18 travel advisory followed one a day earlier on Croatia, Slovenia and Hungary.

The Foreign Ministry said that as of September 13, Germany had temporarily restored border controls at its frontier with Austria. There were checks on motorways, main and secondary roads and German federal police were checking trains. Vehicles examined were mainly those in which it would be possible to transport migrants.

The ministry said that there were traffic jams and long queues on Germany’s Zuben (A 3 Linz-Passau), Valserberg (A 8 Salzburg-Munich), and Kifersfelden (A 93 Kufstein-Rosenheim) routes.

The Federal State of Saxony was to introduce controls on the A17 highway near the border with the Czech Republic.

The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry said that the country’s embassy in The Hague had reported Dutch television as saying as of September 16, mobile groups of Dutch police were checking cars, vans and lorries. The purpose of inspections is to prevent human trafficking. There were no reports of clusters of vehicles and people on the roads, or of problems in rail transport.

The ministry said that in Croatia, the central checkpoint of Bayakovo (at the Serbian-Croatian border) and Matzel (at the Croatian-Slovenian border) were functioning normally....

 ***[After the necessary corrections with the name "FYROM"]

***[GREECE recognized this country with the name "FYROM"]
***[UN  resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993]


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