Six Afghan smuggler arrested in Bosnia
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia said in a message to Afghan officials that six Afghan refugees had been detained on the ground.
The country newsletter says: The six were detained on charges of dealing with terrorists and trafficking in human beings, five of whom were arrested for communicating with terrorists and others in connection with trafficking in human beings. They would be expelled as soon as possible. Became
By 2018, more than 25,000 immigrants have arrived in Bosnia-Herzegovina, mostly from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Iran. Bosnia is from the north and west with Croatia, from the east by Serbia and from the south by the Montenegro and the Adriatic Sea.