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Serbian President Vows To Close Borders to Migrants If Other EU Countries Do

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic has vowed his country will close its borders to migrants if EU borders to Serbia close, state news agency Tanjug reported Tuesday. The former Yugoslav country is integral to the route of most migrants seeking to pass from Greece to the free-travel mainland of the EU. Its border with EU member Hungary, however, was sealed by the Hungarian government at the height of the migrant flow in 2015, causing migrants to be stuck in Serbia.
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