BELGRADE – A group of migrants who had set off on foot for the Croatian border from Belgrade parks returned to the city by train Tuesday.
The migrants, who arrived from Sid, are mainly from Afghanistan and Pakistan, and there were women and children among them.
The police and representatives of the Commissariat for Refugees and Migrants were waiting for them.
Soon, they returned to the point from where they had set off for Croatia.
They attempted to cross the border through corn fields on Monday, but were stopped by the police.
They were offered to go to one of the reception centers for asylum seekers in Serbia.
“Some people go to parks, some have beds in these buildings”, said one of the migrants, the RTS reported.
For now, they are accommodated at the train station and in tents and do not want to go to one of the reception centers, the RTS reported.